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Draft Scout Crockett Gillmore News
01/05/15 - TE Crockett Gillmore only had one catch for 21 yards against the Steelers, but it was a game-changing reception. In the regular season, he had 10 catches for 121 yards. "We focus on that all year," Gilmore said. "That's what we talk about. A lot of teams talk about if they can do it. Coach Harbaugh does a good job instilling that attitude from the first day we were here. That's what we talk about, championships. That is what we are here to do."
12/10/14 - TE Crockett Gillmore is still dealing with a back injury that sidelined him against the Dolphins.
10/27/14 - TE Crockett Gillmore got his first NFL start after Owen Daniels underwent arthroscopic knee surgery last week. Gillmore caught two passes for 23 yards. He was also solid with his blocking and could play an increased role against Pittsburgh. "Crockett played well," coach John Harbaugh said. "Crock did a good job. He made a lot of catches, made a lot of good blocks. He has a lot of potential as a player."
05/12/14 - A closer look at the Ravens' picks: Round 3/99 - Crockett Gilmore, TE, 6-6, 260, Colorado State...Gilmore isn't very fast, but he does have sound hands and instincts. He appears to be a willing blocker who still needs to get stronger. A converted defensive end. - The Sports Xchange
05/07/14 - Five players who should be on Atlanta's draft radar...TE Crockett Gillmore, Colorado State: It's impossible to replace Tony Gonzalez on the depth chart, but the Falcons drafted Levine Toilolo in the fourth round last season to possibly assume that role in 2014. And regardless if he's ready for the full-time job, tight end depth is a direction the Falcons could address on the draft's third day. Gillmore has added nearly 50 pounds since high school, but needs to continue and get stronger and mature physically. He is tall, long and smooth and appears very natural in his movements, tracking and extending well with very good hand-eye coordination to make the tough grabs (doesn't always look pretty, but he gets the job done). Gillmore needs some time to refine the details of his game, but projects as a quality NFL contributor and back-up tight end with the development traits worth a pick. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com