March 17, 2011
Reed happy to be concentrating on tight end
Jordan Reed comes in to spring practice a question mark in the new pro-style offense installed by Charlie Weis.
His original position was quarterback, and many assumed he would be John Brantley's primary backup in 2010. However, before the 2010 season, Reed was being talked about as a converted tight end and possible wildcat quarterback. In the end, he saw time in the ill-fated three headed quarterback with Brantley and freshman Trey Burton.
The inability to get in a rhythm and function as a cohesive unit ended up hurting all three quarterbacks.
Before the year's end, many fans and some members of the media were calling for Reed to be the full-time quarterback in place of Brantley. With a new offense, Reed is back at tight end, and he's happy to concentrate on one position.
On if he thinks he'll be used more in the new offensive system:
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