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Crockett Gillmore catches first NFL touchdown

Crockett Gillmore, rookie TE for the Baltimore Ravens, caught his first TD pass in last night’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Gillmore has played in every game thus far and has seen his role increase each game with injuries to Owen Daniels and Dennis Pitta. Gillmore still does a lot of blocking but the 6-foot-6, […]

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Crockett Gillmore: Football All of the Time

The Baltimore Ravens were able to pull out a tough win on the road against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. One bad thing about the win was the loss of tight end Dennis Pitta. This means that rookie tight end Crockett Gillmore will have an increased role. This is a good thing for Gillmore as […]

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Crockett Gillmore dreaming of NFL career

Crockett Gillmore’s dream of playing professional football started in the small Texas panhandle town of Bushland. After high school, Gillmore attended Colorado State – where he was recruited to play defense but finished his career at tight end. Now, his dream of playing in the NFL is one step closer after completing the NFL Scouting […]

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Crockett's Pre-Draft Diary

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

It's hard to believe that my time at Colorado State is winding down. The last four years in Fort Collins have been one of the best experiences of my life. I will always have great memories of my time at CSU, but now it's time to look ahead. I am incr...Read More »

Draft Analysis

Analysis from the NFL Combine and Senior Bowl

Gillmore Stats
Vert Jump: 33.5 Inches*
20 yd Shuttle: 4.44 Sec
Broad Jump: 120.0 Inches*
3-Cone Drill: 7.42 Sec
*Top Performer

STRENGTHS: Has a good compact frame with long arms and big hands. Chippy, competitive blocker -- latches on and plays through the whistle. Good finisher. Natural hands catcher. Catches in a crowd and will shake off a hit and run through contact. Rises to a challenge and matched up well as a base blocker vs. Alabama's Adrian Hubbard. Functional positional, pass protector. Very durable.

BOTTOM LINE: A try-hard, developmental blocker capable of catching on as a No. 3 tight end with continued improvement in the weight room. Possesses above-average base blocking ability, hands and foot speed to carve a role.


Crockett was a Wednesday add-on to the North roster after playing in the East-West Shrine game the previous week. He has a rangy build, and after going through two practices, had a standout game on Senior Bowl Saturday with 5 receptions for 62 yards and a TD. Another zone-type route runner who can get open with leverage and length, he has the frame to add weight and should be able to make a roster as a contributing backup while he continues to develop physically.

SENIOR BOWL SCOOP: Crockett helped CSU go 8-6 with a New Mexico Bowl win over Washington State. He totaled 47 receptions for 577 yards (12.3avg) and 2 touchdowns, which earned him first team All-Mountain West Conference honors.