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Dennis Pitta Rising Fast as No. 2 Tight End

Dennis Pitta Rising Fast as No. 2 Tight End

A 6-5, 210 pound freshman wide receiver from California tabbed this spring by BYU coach <b>Gary Crowton</b> to transition his skills to the tight end position when it was a deep talent pool is now the primary backup to the Cougars highly regarded starter.

Dennis Pitta has added muscle mass to 235 pounds while maintaining his 4.6/40 speed as Daniel Coats' backup and has impressed many media observers with his sure-handed pass catching skills. "When I first came in, I started as a wide receiver and it was a tough transition moving to tight end in the spring. I had to really work on my blocking but it's coming along. I'm not quite there yet, but as...

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