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TE Dalton Keene, the No. 101 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, officially agrees to terms with the New England Patriots.
New England drafted a position of need by taking both Keene and Devin Asiasi in the third round of Draft. Nicknamed “Rambo,” Keene excelled as a three-year starter at Virginia Tech. Not only did he play tight end, but the Hokies would line him up in the backfield and use him as a lead blocker. Over his three-year college career, Keene caught 59 passes for 748 yards and eight TDs. He was labeled as one of the most athletic tight ends in his draft class after running a 4.71 40-yard dashing and recording a best-in-class 125 inch broad jump. Keene makes for a sneaky pickup in dynasty formats.
The New England Patriots have selected tight end Dalton Keene with the No. 101 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft after acquiring the pick from the New York Jets.
With the formerly-retired Rob Gronkowski now on his way to Tampa Bay via trade, the Patriots selected two tight ends in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Keene had limited opportunities in college but projects as able blocker and receiver in the NFL.
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