The good: Bishop can be a factor in the right offense - one that uses him in motion as an H-back. He has usually reliable hands and the movement skills to be a threat in the short and intermediate passing game. He is an especially difficult matchup in the red zone, where he uses his big stocky athletic frame well to shield defenders.
The bad: He needs strength development to improve as a blocker. He has periods of inconsistency that need to be corrected. He needs to play with a stronger leg drive when blocking in-line and show he can handle a defensive end. Bishop missed four games with a hip injury.
Outlook: Bishop has the talent to emerge as a surprise, but there are definite durability concerns that must be answered in training camp. He can be productive as an H-back and a possible No. 2 tight end in time. This top-250 prospect could go late on the second day.
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