Profiling Colts Tight End/Long Snapper Justin Snow

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Justin Snow

Birth:  December 21, 1976

Hometown:  Frisco, TX

College:  Baylor University

Draft:  UDFA – 2000 (Indianapolis Colts)

Height:  6 feet 3 inches

Weight:  240 pounds

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College

No Stats at Tight End

Professional

No Professional Stats at Tight End

Pre-Draft Measurables

40-Yard Dash:  –.– seconds

3-Cone Drill:  –.– seconds

20-Yard Shuttle:  –.– seconds

Bench Press:  — reps

Vertical Jump:  –.– inches

Broad Jump:  –.– inches

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Breakdown

Justin Snow is a converted defensive end out of Baylor University who was signed to the Colts roster as an undrafted free agent in 2000 as the long snapper, and was also being coverted to a backup tight end.  In 10 seasons in Indianapolis, Snow has never played a single down at tight end.  He did not take any snaps as a tight end in college either.  Despite this, Snow has the second most consecutive starts of any player in Colts history, behind Peyton Manning.

Snow is, and will, be the undisputed long snapper for the Colts special teams units until Jacob Tamme takes over or he retires.

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