Former Saint Zach Hilton signs with Voodoo

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I always liked him and thought he had potential. Great hands and great RAC yards but I'm guessing he wasn't a very good blocker.
 
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And he's back in the city that loves him. I will definitely try to make it to a VooDoo game next time we're in New Orleans!!

Tank, if you're out there, tell Zach we're happy to have him back in New Orleans!!


Okay, how about a sr.com VooDoo game, to welcome Zach back to New Orleans?
 
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Why did Zach have such a hard time getting better at blocking? Was it his height and the fact he could never get the leverage advantage over his opponent, was it strength? The guy was such a great threat at receiving I wonder about him.
 
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I really enjoyed Hilton's role as a receiving TE. It was a bright spot of the dismal late 2005 season. As I recall it was a hint of laziness and a comment he made to coach Payton that landed him in the dog house during training camp. My question is why didn't he establish himself with the Jets organization? Yes I know that the Jets' TE's are mainly used as blockers but Chris Baker as a receiving TE please. All Jason Pociask and Sean Ryan do is block. I wish Zach the best.
 

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