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TE Brandon Bostick (Jeff Hanisch/USP)

Brandon Bostick was a dominant receiver and former basketball player at Division II Newberry. On Sunday, he was one of two healthy tight ends, and the extra reps have given him an opening to push for a spot on the practice squad.

Brandon Bostick was a man among boys at Division II Newberry. As a 6-foot-3, 245-pound wide receiver, Bostick was practically unstoppable. He ranks among the school leaders with 136 receptions, 1035 yards and 19 receiving touchdowns. Not only was he too big for a small-school cornerback to handle, but he was athletic enough to play on the basketball team following his junior season. A fan of... Recommended Stories

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