February, 2017 -- We are happy to announce the signing of Temple Tight End, Colin Thompson, as a new client of the agency.
Colin is a tough, punishing and dominating blocker at the point of attack. He helped Temple rush for over 2297 yards this season. Temple also had 29 rushing TD's and averaged 32.8 points per game.
Thompson played on special teams and is also the teams back up longsnapper.
Colin will be training at Chip Smith's Performance facility in Atlanta, GA for six weeks to get ready for his Temple Proday on March 8.
"Colin Thompson is really smart, so he can never be satile and you can move him around. He is a really good blocker..he blocks the point of attack, and has good hands. He can get open and has tremendous tremendous body control, so he is a true hybrid tight end. He's not just a pass catcher, and he's not just a run blocker. He can sort of do it all " - Head Coach Matt Rhule
All-American Athletic Conference Honorable Mention
John Mackey Award Watch List
2012-13 - SEC Academic Honor Roll
19 receptions for 208 yards one TD
Dominating blocking TE
3 receptions for 43 yards and one TD
Played on special teams
Was teams back up long snapper
Started 10 of 14 games at tight end
Punishing blocker all season
Became a weapon in the passing game
Made Temple debut in week 4 at Connecticut
First career game in week 10 victory over East Carolina
More involved in the offense as the season progressed
Played in the first three games of 2013, seeing action at tight end and on special teams
Transferred to Temple
HIGH SCHOOL (Archbishop Wood):
Consensus four-star recruit
Played tight end for coach Steve Devlin at Archbishop Wood
Rated as the #2 tight end in the nation by ESPN.com and Scout.com
ESPN.com first team All-American
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Thank you, as always, for your time.
Paul Sheehy, President/General Counsel
Warren Schmidt,Senior Vice President
Jon Baker,Vice President