During his absence, sophomore Bryan Fletcher matured into UCLA's most athletic tight end, transfer Randy Hakes learned the system, and the Bruins signed Westlake's Mike Seidman, the top tight-end prospect in the West.
UCLA tight end Gabe Crecion saw the depth chart, saw the seniors ahead of him, and figured 1998 was a good time to redshirt.
A tight end is like an appendix: You've got one, but you can't remember what it's for.
The prototype tight end - ``a glorified lineman who can catch,'' as Calabasas coach Larry Edwards put it - seems on its way out as more teams go to more wide-open, four-wide-receiver formats in response to teams stacking eight players on the line of scrimmage.
For me, being at the Bitter End Yacht Club is like a homecoming," Shamkin noted.
Since then, he has managed a variety of high end resorts, including the Ritz-Carlton in St.
Joe Jacobs, Out of the Ghetto: My Youth in the East End, Communism and Fascism, 1913-1939, 2nd ed.
The ability of a wide variety of East Enders to unite behind this issue in is contrast to the period before the First World War, when political behavior in the East End was largely influenced by very localized conditions and issues.
Every wet end additive can and does affect some product and/or quality parameter.
This requires flexibility and innovation on behalf of the specialty chemical supplier to provide the appropriate wet end chemistry allowing the papermaker to produce these new grades.
Most companies have some kind of competitive intelligence function (although again, it is surprising how weak this is in even very large companies), but the problem is that the competitive benchmarking is done from the company's perspective, not the end consumer's perspective.
Integrating the voice of the end consumer into your product innovation process will probably require changes to your development process.