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Gillmore is a pass-catching tight end out of Colorado State who ranked sixth among FBS players at that position with 47 receptions this past year as a senior. He racked up 577 yards for the ninth-best total in the country among tight ends and led all Mountain West tight ends in both of those categories. Gillmore wasn't able to find the end zone that much, with eight TD receptions in his three-year career. He also wasn't much of a factor in three career games against ranked opponents, including a two-catch, 28-yard effort Sept. 21 in a loss to then-No. 1 Alabama. Gillmore was the first Colorado State player invited to the East-West Shrine Game in five years, along with Rams linebacker Shaquil Barrett. He spent some time at that showcase event working out as an H-back. Gillmore never had one career rushing attempt in college but did complete his lone pass attempt in a 2011 game against then-No. 5 Boise State. Gillmore enjoyed a solid NFL combine, ranking fourth among tight ends with a 33.5-inch vertical leap and tied for third with a 10-foot broad jump. His agility was evident as he was timed at 7.42 seconds in the 3-cone drill to rank ninth among tight ends. Gillmore also spent time in college at defensive end as a freshman. His versatility is a major asset if he is to be selected on day three.