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By LARRY VAUGHT
This week I’ll share a series of questions that vaughtsviews.com readers had for offensive coordinator Neal Brown that he recently took time to answer.
Question: Is there a walk-on receiver you think could play a significant role next season?
Brown: “I think Austin Sheehan did a nice job and really had a good spring. He didn’t catch as many balls in the spring game as we would have liked him to have, but I thought he had a solid spring at the receiver position.”
Question: Have you decided exactly how you will use tight end Steven Borden, a junior college transfer who moved around a lot in spring practice?
Brown: “We are going to learn. I think you will see him be a lot better in the fall. He has unique skill set. He can play in the slot. He can play tight end. He can play fullback. I think we will try to use him in those different spots to give defensive coordinators a little bit of a hard time due to personnel.”