Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Buccaneers' picks: Round 7/233 - Drake Dunsmore, TE/FB, 6-3, 235, Northwestern...Dunsmore was the tight end of the year in the Big 10. Finished his career with 14 touchdown catches and was the team's second-leading receiver last year. - The Sports Xchange
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01/03/13 - TE Drake Dunsmore was signed to a contract for 2013 by the Buccaneers.
05/07/12 - TE Drake Dunsmore, a seventh-round pick, signed a four-year deal with the Buccaneers.
04/30/12 - A closer look at the Buccaneers' picks: Round 7/233 - Drake Dunsmore, TE/FB, 6-3, 235, Northwestern...Dunsmore was the tight end of the year in the Big 10. Finished his career with 14 touchdown catches and was the team's second-leading receiver last year. - The Sports Xchange
04/23/12 - Dunsmore probably will be selected later in the draft. More of a receiver than a blocker, he caught 143 passes and scored 14 touchdowns at Northwestern. NFL teams are increasingly looking for tight ends with receiving skills, so Dunsmore has received interest from several NFL teams and worked out for a handful, including the Chiefs, Patriots, Bears and Rams. ďIíve kind of tried to keep a level head about it,Ē he said. ďMy main focus is just to be on a team into camp in August. People have said Iíll get drafted. Some said I wonít get drafted. There are so many different things out there. Iím trying not to ride that roller coaster. ďThis has been a great experience, because until the last couple of years I didnít anticipate it. I got the late start in football. It was my dadís family rule: No football until high school. He got into the game late. He didnít start playing ball until his senior year of high school out in Iowa. ďBut itís worked out. When youíre younger, you can develop bad habits. Thereís potential for bad coaching. Football is a game that once youíre fully developed physically, you can pick it up pretty quickly.Ē - Adam Teicher, The Kansas City Star