UCLA football training camp day 16: Tight ends focus on blocking

Caleb Wilson #81 of the UCLA Bruins carries the bal against Kavika Luafatasaga #55 of the Utah Utes during PAC12 college football game at Rose Bowl on October 22, 2016 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Leon Bennett/Getty Images)

Caleb Wilson is already one of UCLA’s most consistent pass catchers and now the redshirt sophomore tight end is trying to be one of the team’s most consistent blockers as well.

“I was always confident in the pass game, but in the run game I used to get a little nervous because I was on the lighter end,” Wilson said. “But I’ve gotten stronger and I’ve gotten better with my hands. I’m just trusting my feet.”

More on Wilson’s improvement, as well as the rest of the tight end unit

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