Chat with Greg Olsen

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Welcome to The Show! On Tuesday, NFL prospect and former Miami tight end Greg Olsen will stop by to chat about the NFL draft and his NFL Combine experience.

Olsen, who enters the draft after forgoing his final year of eligibility, and Arizona State's Zach Miller arrived in Indianapolis as neck-and-neck as the top two tight ends in the 2007 draft. However, the Palm Beach Post reports that Olsen was far away the best tight end at the NFL Combine. Olsen ran a 4.45 40, easily topping all the other tight ends.

Olsen led Miami in receptions in 2006 with 38. He had 444 receiving yards and one touchdown. He finished his collegiate career with 85 catches for 1,170 receiving yards and six touchdown catches. At 6-5, 252 pounds Olsen is a good target in the offense.

Scouts Inc. ranks Olsen as the No. 30 player in the draft. ESPN.com's Todd McShay ranked Olsen as the best tight end at the Combine , while Mel Kiper, Jr. also lists Olsen as the best tight end in the draft.

Send in your questions now, then join Olsen on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. ET!

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