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Hicks’ injury places Haplea as the starting tight end at Florida State

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

Former Penn State tight end Kevin Haplea might have just become a starter at his new school.

Kevin Haplea at Penn State (Getty Images)

Haplea recently transferred from Penn State to Florida State after the NCAA sanctions. He was expected to back up Dan Hicks.

Hicks is no longer in the picture for this season, moving Haplea into the starter role. Hicks will miss this season after having microfracture surgery on his left knee.

Prior to Haplea’s arrival, Hicks moved from defensive end to tight end. And there is also a void after Haplea at the position.

Nick O’Leary was supposed to play tight end, as well, but now, he is expected to play the H-back role.

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