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2003 Outlook: TE

Kellen Winslow returns to the Hurricanes after recording the most catches ever in a season by a Miami tight end. Winslow, a first-team All-America selection by CNNSI.com in 2002, caught a team-high 57 passes for 726 yards and eight touchdowns last season.

His 11-catch 122-yard performance in the championship game last season was extremely impressive on college football's biggest stage. Last season he was a finalist for the John Mackey Award, which is handed out to the nation's top tight end. Winslow returns as college football's best tight end. Winslow had a great spring, which impressed the coaching staff. It is always encouraging when star...

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