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  Kyle Patterson chose Air Force knowing tight ends might not see the ball very often. In fact, that's kind of why he made the choice over offers from schools that included Alabama, Arizona and Washington. Blocking was that cool, he decided. "During high school that was usually what I would do," Patterson said. "Eighty percent of the time I was run blocking." Air Force is asking the sophomore to do a bit more than that. Through four games, Patterson leads the team with nine catches for 144 yards, and his touchdown at San Jose State remains the Falcons' lone touchdown reception.

His nine grabs are already more than Air Force's tight ends averaged (8.25) over the past four seasons. He has shown why he has caused a rethinking of the passing distribution with a 28-yard catch on a third-and-13 play in the first quarter of a 28-0 victory over New Mexico on Friday. Using his 6-foot-6, 245-pound frame as a starting point, he elevated above two defenders to high-point the ball and move the chains. "I've found my home here," said the Gilbert, Ariz., native and son of former Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Shawn Patterson. "I'm starting to thrive, which is great. Love the offense, all the teammates - great guys. - Colorado Springs Gazette

(DS#35 TE) So/2023 TE Kyle PattersonAir Force
News Source: Colorado Springs Gazette



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