Perhaps no undrafted player has a better chance of making the squad than Colin Peek. The former Alabama tight end definitely isn’t flashy by any means, but he is a very good all-around tight end. His draft stock may have dropped due to a low 40 time and his career stats being fairly low since he sat out his junior year after transferring from Georgia Tech when the triple-option came to town. Peek will never be mistaken for a vertical threat, but Peek seems to be one of those tight ends that knows how to get open and catches everything thrown his way. Projects as a classic move-the-chains type of tight end that is an excellent blocker. Blocking on the line of the national championship Crimson Tide and helping pave the way for Mark Ingram’s Heisman Trophy will likely give him a leg up on the competition. Very smart and hard working player. May be able to glean information from former teammate John Parker Wilson on what’s needed to make the team. Reportedly had a very good mini-camp and is off to a fast start in terms of what’s expected.Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Which Offensive Rookie Free Agents Can Make the Team?