Category Archives: Tight Ends

College Football: Week 3 Eastern Michigan at Illinois

Eastern Michigan Eagles (1-1) vs Illinois Fighting Illini (2-0)

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EASTERN MICHIGAN EAGLES | MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE

Coach: Chris Creighton

Eastern Michigan Players to watch

Senior RB Shaq Vann (5-10/215)

Look for the senior running back to put up some decent numbers in 2019; he’s currently on pace for 750 rushing yards and 25 receptions out of the backfield. In 2018, Vann led all Eagles running backs with 590 yards on 135 carries and totaled five touchdowns. In 2019, Vann was named a team captain.

Senior QB Mike Glass (6-0/212)

HC Chris Creighton prefers mobile quarterbacks. Glass is currently the team’s number two rusher, behind Vann. Last year, Glass played in 8 games, throwing for just over 1,000 yards.

Senior DOG/CB/LB Brody Hoying (5-11/203)

Hoying is the tempo setter on this year’s Eagle’s defense. He leads the team in sacks, tackles-for-loss; he has a interception and a forced fumble. In 2018, Hoying earned MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete and Academic All-MAC recognition.

Senior ROV/CB Vince Calhoun (5-11/200)

Voted to several All-MAC teams last year, Calhoun started all 13 games, accumulated 84 tackles, 2.0 TFL, one sack, and three interceptions on the year; he also earned a season and career-high 12 tackles at Buffalo (Sept. 15). He is currently second on team in total tackles with 16.

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ILLINOIS FIGHTING ILLINI | BIG10 CONFERENCE

Coach: Lovie Smith

Illinois Players to watch:

Senior RB Reggie Corbin (5-10/200)

Running back Reggie Corbin hasn’t played since the first half of a Week 1 win against Akron after suffering a hip pointer. He traveled to UConn last week, and was dressed, but didn’t play. He returns to action vs Eastern Michigan. Corbin, who rushed for more than 1,000 yards last season, gives Illinois a big-play threat.

Senior QB Brandon Peters (6-5/220)

Peters, a Michigan grad-transfer, finally gives Lovie Smith a legitimate quarterback. Last week vs UConn, Peters completed 24 of his 35 pass attempts for 227 yards, four touchdowns and one interception. A good game this week will help him get prepare for a tougher test against conference-rival Nebraska next week.

Senior DE Oluwole Betiku (6-3/250)

Betiku is a grad-transfer from USC. He is off to a blazing start under HC/DC Lovie Smith. Betiku is leading the nation in sacks, he already has 5.0 sacks in only two games, along with 6.5 tackles-for-loss. “If you just look at his athletic ability, you assume he can rush the passer, too,” Lovie Smith said. “I’m anxious to see him take another step this week. The sky’s the limit.”

Senior RG Richie Petitbon (6-4/316)

Lovie also brought in Alabama grad-transfer, Richie Petitbon to bring some veteran leadership to the offensive line. The former Washington, D.C. prep standout, has helped Illinois average 380 yards per game so far in this young 2019 season.

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Memorial Stadium – FieldTurf
Sept 14 | Champaign-Urbana, Illinois

College Football: Week 3 Stanford at UCF

Stanford Cardinals (1-1) vs #17 University of Central Florida Knights (2-0)

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STANFORD CARDINALS | PAC-12 CONFERENCE

Coach: David Shaw

Stanford Players to watch

***Sophomore CB Paulson Adebo (6-1/189)

Stanford Cardinal cornerback Paulson Adebo (11) intercepts a pass intended for California Golden Bears wide receiver Vic Wharton III, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018.
(AP Photo/John Hefti)

The redshirt sophomore from Mansfield, Texas, is one of the top DB’s in the nation. He is on the Bronko Nagurski Trophy watch list; the Jim Thorpe Award watch list; the Bednarik Award watch list; the Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list; and has been named to the Associated Press Preseason All-America first team.

Junior QB K.J. Costello (6-5/215)

Stanford has quite the track record of turning out NFL quality quarterbacks. Costello looked to be next in line; however, he’s been off to a slow start in 2019. The offense has only produced 17, and 20 points in the first two outings. Look for Costello to exploit UCF’s decimated backfield and get himself back on track by putting up big numbers.

Junior TE Colby Parkinson (6-7/250)

Parkinson should have himself a career year in both receptions and yardage. A big, physical, target for Costello that can sit down in the zone, or run up the seem. He was one of the nation’s top talent’s coming out of high school, this should be his year to live up to that billing.

Junior OT Walker Little (6-7/313)

It wouldn’t have been a surprise to see Little declare for the draft after his junior season, but he’s injured and out for the season. He was one of the highest rated left tackles in the college game, with size and agility. In 2017, Little was Stanford’s first true freshman to start at left tackle since 2000 (Kirk Chambers). In 2018, Little protected the blindside of QB K.J. Costello, who finished with second-most passing yards in a season in school history. The line won’t be the same without him.

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UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA | AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Coach: Josh Heupel

UFC Players to watch:

****Freshman QB Dillon Gabriel (6-0/185)

Through two weeks’ Dillon has thrown five touchdown passes and zero ints. “I thought for his first time out there, being a true freshman, he managed everything and handled everything really well,” HC Josh Heupel said. “He was a good decision-maker in some of our run-pass stuff and did a good job in the pass game. Overall, pleased with what he did.”

Senior LB Nate Evans (6-1/241)

A leader on the defense, Evans racked up 99 tackles as a junior, with 2.5 sacks. He was also named All-AAC last year. He highlighted his season by scoring his first collegiate points on a 94-yard fumble recovery at ECU. In year two with DC Randy Shannon, look for Evans to put up even bigger numbers this year.

Senior DE Brendon Hayes (6-3/293)

Brother Martin product Brendon Hayes has been a key part of UCF’s young defensive line. Last year, he made 44 total tackles with 23 solo; recovered one fumble and recorded three sacks for a loss of 20 total yards. He was also named All-AAC Second Team in 2018. Hayes already has two sacks in 2019.

Junior FS Richie Grant (6-0/184)

Grant was UCF’s interception leader last year, earning First Team All-AAC, along with senior CB Nevelle Clarke. Clarke has been suspended for the first six games of the year due to a failed drug test; and with the recent injury to CB Brandon Moore, Grant will be asked to step his game up to another level.

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Bright House Networks Stadium – Grass
Sept 14 | Orlando, Florida

College Football: Week 3 North Carolina at Wake Forest

North Carolina Tar Heels (2-0) vs Wake Forest Demon Deacons (2-0)

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NORTH CAROLINA TAR HEELS | ATLANTIC COASTAL CONFERENCE

Coach: Mack Brown

North Carolina Players to watch

Senior LT Charlie Heck (6-8/310)

Heck started all 11 games at right tackle, blocking for an offense that averaged 442.1 yards per game (31st NCAA), including 193.0 rushing yards per contest. A tenacious left tackle, Heck led an offensive line that allowed just 0.91 sacks per game (10 sacks/7th NCAA/2nd ACC).

Senior TE Carl Tucker (6-2/255)

Tucker is entering his senior year with the Tar Heels, coming off a junior season in which he caught 16 receptions for 265 yards and two touchdowns in 10 games. He started 6 games in his junior season, providing a big target for UNC quarterbacks.

Senior NG Aaron Crawford (6-1/315)

In 2018, during spring ball, Crawford tore his PCL and sprained his MCL as he tried to shed a block against a teammate. He returns with high expectations this season. In 2017, Crawford, started all 12 games as a redshirt sophomore. He recorded 29 tackles, three sacks, five tackles for loss and recovered a fumble.

Senior CB Cam’ron Kelly (6-1/215)

The NCAA declared the Auburn transfer eligible in 2019 – great news for the Demon Deacons. UNC DB Coach Dre Bly said of Kelly, “He’s smart being an offensive player, so he can see a lot of things on the field. He’s very versatile as a player. The minute he gets cleared to play, I can see him … having a role … on this team.”

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WAKE FOREST DEMON DEACONS | ATLANTIC COASTAL CONFERENCE

Coach: Dave Clawson

Wake Forest Players to watch:

Junior QB Jamie Newman (6-4/235)

The Wake Forest quarterback finished the 2018 season with more than 1,000 yards passing in just four games. This season, he seems to be picking up where he left off; through two games, Newman has completed 55 of his 74 passing attempts for 713 yards, with six touchdowns and no INTs: that’s seventh in the country through Week 2.

***Sophomore WR Sage Surratt (6-3/220)

Surratt will be an All-Purpose threat, receiving punts and catching deep balls from Newman. Surratt is N.C. state’s career H.S. record holder in receptions (366), yards (5,926) and touchdown receptions (80). He was voted N.C.’s AP Offensive Player of the Year after catching 129 passes for 2,104 yards, both state records, and scoring 28 touchdowns in the fall.

Junior ROV Luke Masterson (6-2/220)

Masterson played 110 snaps the first five games last season and 472 the last eight mostly because of an injury to Jessie Bates, now with the Cincinnati Bengals. Masterson had 42 stops and four pass break-ups for a defense that recorded 106 tackles for losses.

Senior CB Essang Bassey (5-10/185)

Bassey, the senior cornerback and team captain, has already consistently been one of the Deacons’ best defensive players for the past two seasons. In that stretch, he has four interceptions and 31 pass break-ups. He was a second-team All-ACC pick last year. He landed on the preseason watch lists for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy (best defensive player) and the Jim Thorpe Award (best defensive back).

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BB&T Field – Field Turf
Sept 13 | Winston-Salem, NC

College Football: Week 1 Wisconsin at USF

#8 Wisconsin Badgers (0-0) vs University of South Florida Bulls (0-0)

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WISCONSIN BADGERS | BIG 10 CONFERENCE

Coach: Paul Chryst

Wisconsin Players to watch:

Junior RB Jonathan Taylor (5-11/219)

Jonathan Taylor rushed for 2,194 yards last year.

Taylor was named a 2018 All-American and the Doak Walker Award winner – given to the best running back in the nation. In two seasons at Wisconsin, Taylor has already run for over 4,000 yards. With junior, Jack Coan, winning the quarterback battle in the spring, expect to see a heavy dose of Taylor early in the season.

**Sophomore TE Jake Ferguson (6-5/250)

Last season, Ferguson was a pleasant surprise in an offense that struggled to consistently move the ball through the air. He caught at least one pass in all 13 games and finished as the team’s second-leading receiver with 36 receptions for 456 yards and four touchdowns.

During the offseason, Ferguson bulked up to 250. He’s counting on the added weight to improve his effectiveness as a blocker without compromising his speed as a route-runner.

*Junior OC Tyler Biadasz (6-3/322)

Last year, Biadasz was considered by many to be the best player on an offensive line that saw David Edwards go to the L.A. Rams; Michael Deiter was drafted by the Miami Dolphins; and Beau Benzschawel sign with the Detriot Lions as an UDFA. Biadasz will be looking to take home the Rimington Trophy in 2019.

***Sophomore ILB Jack Sanborn (6-2/232)

Wisconsin knows how to turn out pro-ready linebackers. Last year, Wisconson sent T.J. Edwards, Andrew Van Ginkel and Ryan Connelly to the next level. Sanborn played in 11 games last year as a true freshman. This year, he will be expected to fill the shoes of those who played before him. Wisconsin’s highest rated recruit of a year ago, Sanborn should post 80-100 tackles in 2019.

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA BULLS | AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Coach: Charlie Strong

USF Players to watch:

Senior RB Jordan Cronkrite (5-11/204)

Cronkrite rushed for 302 yards against UMass in 2019.
Photo: Athlon Sports

The former Florida transfer was on a roll late in the 2018 season with five consecutive 100+yard efforts. Playing behind what looks to be an improved offensive line, Cronkrite hopes to match, or better, his 6.1 yards per carry from last year. With OC Kerwin Bell’s “Play fast, score fast” offense, Cronkrite could put up double digits in the end zone too.

Senior QB Blake Barnett (6-5/217)

Barnett, originally signed with Alabama, is a transfer from Arizona State. With one year under his belt in South Florida, he should post better numbers in 2019. At USF last year, Barnett completed 61.1 percent of his passes for 2,710 yards, 12 touchdowns; and he ran for 301 yards and eight touchdowns. With a new OC in town, look for a healthy Barnett to put up ridiculous numbers.

Senior RT Marcus Norman (6-6/305)

Two-time All-AAC Marcus Norman will anchor an offensive line that is much improved from last year’s unit. Norman is a seasoned veteran in the trenches, he enters the 2019 season with 34 consecutive starts. The Sebastian product has shown his skills in the classroom as well, having been named to the AAC All-Academic Team twice. He has already graduated with a degree in Information Security and is currently working on his master’s.

*Junior CB Mike Hampton (6-1/185)

All-conference honorable mention cornerback Mike Hampton (Tampa) shined as a sophomore in his first year as a starter, ranking ninth nationally with 18 passes defended (1.4 per game). He also posted posted 16 pass breakups, which stand as the second-most in USF history; he tied for second on the team with two interceptions; totaled 43 tackles (35 solo), 2.0 tackles for loss, and one sack.

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Raymond James Stadium – Grass
August 30 | Tampa, Florida

College Football: Week 1 Oregon at Auburn

#11 Oregon Ducks (0-0) vs #16 Auburn Tigers (0-0)

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OREGON DUCKS | PAC 12

Coach: Mario Cristobal

Oregon Players to watch:

Senior QB Justin Hebert (6-6/233)

Sep 22, 2018; Eugene, OR.; Oregon Ducks quarterback Justin Herbert (10) participates in warm-ups before playing the Stanford Cardinal at Autzen Stadium.
Photo Credit: Jaime Valdez-USA TODAY Sports

Herbert has the potential to be the #1 overall pick of the draft.

Herbert has thrown touchdown passes in 28 consecutive games, which is the longest active streak in the FBS. He might have been the number one overall pick in last year’s draft, but he decided return to Eugene for his senior season. In 2018, Herbert threw for 3,151 yards – it could have been a lot more, but his receivers dropped over 50 passes. Look for his numbers to improve in 2019. His Heisman hopes will depend, largely, on how far he can take his team in the rankings.

Senior WR Juwan Johnson (6-5/230)

Herbert will be looking for a dependable possession receiver in 2019. Johnson is a grad-transfer from Penn State, where he had over 1,000 career receiving yards. In 2018, he accounted for 17 first downs through the air, and in 2017, he turned 38 of his 54 catches into first downs. Herbert and Johnson connected three times on seven targets for 32 yards and a touchdown in Oregon’s spring game.

Senior LG Shane Lemieux (6-4/317)

“Shane continues to be the physical force up front,” HC Cristobal said during spring practice. “He’s a really impressive offensive lineman. His threshold for work is mind-boggling.” Like Herbert, Lemieux turned down a shot at the NFL last year. He returns as one of the top rated guards in this year’s draft class.

Junior DT Jordon Scott (6-1/330)

Scott is a huge run-stuffing nose guard clogging up running lanes with his girth and quickness. They call him the “mini-fridge.” Scott has played in 24 consecutive games. He finished 2018 with 29 tackles, including 14 solo, 3.5 for loss and one sack. He looks stronger and quicker in 2019.

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AUBURN TIGERS | SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Coach: Gus Malzahn

Auburn Players to watch:

Freshman QB Bo Nixon (6-2/204)

Bo is the son of former Tigers’ QB Pat Nixon.
Photo: Montgomery Advertiser

Nixon won one of the most hotly contested quarterback competitions in the nation: beating out Joey Gatewood, who has Cam Newton size, and the strong-arm of Cord Sandberg, a former minor league baseball player. Nixon will work under new OC Kenny Dillingham, who comes over from Memphis. Nix dominated at the high school level, where he set an Alabama state record for total offense in a career, becoming the first player to surpass 12,000 yards.

Senior LG Marquel Harrell (6-3/307)

When Auburn can run the ball at will, it wins a lot. When Auburn can’t run with consistency, it loses in bunches – that’s historically been true. While there is no clear cut starter coming out of spring practice. Harrell will lead the pave for whomever Malzahn decides will carry the load. Harrell has started 19 games over the last two seasons for Auburn, including 18 in a row. He has appeared in 30 games over the last three seasons after redshirting as a true freshman in 2015.

Senior DT Derrick Brown (6-5/325)

Brown is another player that could have easily entered the NFL draft after his junior year, but opted to return to play another seasons of Saturdays. Brown has 115 career tackles, so far, for the Tigers. In 2018, he amassed 48 tackles, 10.5 TFL, 4.5 sacks.

Junior DE Nick Coe (6-5/282)

Coe lines up next to Brown and plays the BUCK position for the Tigers. In 2018, Coe had 27 tackles, 13.5 TFL, 7.0 sacks for season (leading Auburn in that category). Look for Coe and Brown to put plenty of pressure on opposing quarterbacks in 2019.

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Jordan-Hare Stadium – Grass
Auburn, Alabama | August 31, 2019

College Football: Week 0 Miami at Florida

Miami Hurricanes (0-0) vs #8 Florida Gators (0-0)

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MIAMI HURRICANES | ATLANTIC COASTAL CONFERENCE

Coach: Manny Diaz

Miami Players to watch:

Senior MLB Shaquille Quarterman (6-1/235)

Quarterman is a three-time All-ACC linebacker.

As a true freshman, the Oakleaf High product racked up 84 total tackles, 10 for loss, 3.5 sacks and a fumble recovery for a touchdown: leading to freshman All-American honors. Durable and tough, Quarterman has started every game since he arrived at Coral Gables. Last year, as a junior, he tallied 82 tackles, 14 for loss, 5 sacks, and an interception. Over his career, Quarterman has been one of the most consistent and fundamentally sound linebackers in the nation.

**Sophomore TE Brevin Jordan (6-3/245)

New Offensive Coordinator, Dan Enos – lured to Coral Gables from Alabama – loves to incorporate the tight ends into the game plan. “He loves the tight ends,” said Jordan of Enos, “he loves to throw us the ball.” Jordan, a third team All-ACC selection last year, started 11 of Miami’s 13 games. He caught 32 passes for 287 yards and four touchdowns. Look for him to double those numbers this year.

*Junior CB Trajan Bandy (5-9/188)

As a Sophomore, Bandy enjoyed a breakout  season, starting all 13 games and earning All-ACC third-team honors. He posted career-high totals in tackles (36), tackles for loss (4.5), interceptions (three), fumble recoveries (two) and passes defended (eight). Bandy wore the new “Turnover Chain” five times, more than any player. Quick and instinctual, look for Bandy to play almost exclusively at nickel/slot this year.

Junior DE Jonathan Garvin (6-4/250)

With the departure of Joe Jackson(NFL), Miami will be looking for more production from the four-star defensive end. Garvin Started all 13 games opposite Jackson last year. He finished with 60 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, two fumble recoveries and five PBUs. Garvin also added his first career touchdown on fumble return. He ranked fourth in ACC and second on team with 17 tackles for loss, and third on team with 5.5 sacks.

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FLORIDA GATORS | SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE

Coach: Dan Mullen

Florida Players to watch:

Senior DE Jabari Zuniga (6-4/257)

Jabari Zuniga (92) looks to step out of Jachai Polite’s shadow in 2019.
Photo: UFA | Jay Metz

Zuniga appeared in and started all 13 games last year, recording 45 tackles on the season. He finished second on the team with 11.0 tackles-for-loss, 6.5 sacks and four quarterback hurries. With a new defensive scheme in place this year, look for Zuniga to use his explosive power and quick first step to rack up double digit sacks.

Junior CB C.J. Henderson (6-1/191)

Regarded as one of the top cornerbacks in the entire country, new Defensive Coordinator Todd Grantham said C.J. Henderson is the definitely the best cornerback he’s ever coached. Henderson started all 13 games last year, racking up 38 tackles, five tackles-for-loss, three sacks, two interceptions, team-high seven pass breakups and two forced fumbles.

Junior QB Feleipe Franks (6-6/240)

Is this the year Feleipe Franks puts it all together? Highly touted out of high school, Franks arrived at Gainesville with prototypical size, a strong arm and endless potential, but has yet to turn those tools into production. However, Franks teammates are saying he’s found new confidence in HC Mullen’s system. Franks first must improve his decision-making and accuracy, while building on his ability as a running threat. He also might have to maintain confidence behind a rebuilt offensive line replacing four starters.

**Sophomore PK Evan McPherson (5-11/177)

Florida boasts one of the top special teams units in the country – and a lot of that has to do with placekicker Evan McPherson. McPherson was 50-50 last year on extra points; had a long of 48 yards; went 17 for 19 (89.5 percent) on field goals and led all freshmen in field goal percentage. McPherson was also Florida’s leading scorer with 101 points.

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Ben Hill Griffin Stadium – Grass
Gainesville, Florida

Tight Ends: Final Position Rankings

2019 NFL Draft:  Top Ranked TEs

Hockenson is the most complete TE in the draft.
Photo: Nick Rohlman/Daily Iowan

1. T.J. Hockenson, Iowa, 6-5/251

Protoypical size for a tight end. Hockenson can play in-line and smash defenders with old school toughness. He’s athletic enough to line up in the slot or at halfback. His versatility is going to open up playbooks.

2. Noah Fant, Iowa, 6-4/249

Fant was the pre-season favorite to be the top TE in the draft, that is until his teammate came on like a freight train. But at the combine, Fant made a statement by running 4.5 forty, had a 6.81 3-cone, and an 11-49 90-yard shuttle – all best in his position group. That kind of athleticism goes early in the draft.

3. Irv Smith, Jr., Alabama, 6-2/242

Smith surprised a little, by coming in at 6′ 2″, he was a little shorter than anticipated. He ran a good 4.63 forty, but was only average in the rest of the drills. However, Smith comes from a football family and has football smarts. He knows how to create separation and has excellent hands. And he’s a good route runner. He’ll find his way on the field.

4. Kahale Warring, San Diego State, 6-5/252

Warring is a rare combination of size and athleticism. He’s still learning, but growing steadily. He didn’t play football until his senior year in high school. He was an all-league water polo goalie and basketball player at rural Sonora High in Northern California. He also competed on the cross country, swimming, soccer and tennis before trying his hand at football.

5. Dawson Knox, Mississippi, 6-4/254

Under utilized at Mississippi but for good reason, Knox was competing for catches with D.K. Metcalf, A.J. Brown and DeMarkus Lodge. There just weren’t enough balls to go around on that offense. Displays good hands and athleticism. A bit raw, but has lots of upside.

6. Foster Moreau, LSU, 6-4/253

Played in a wide open gun-slinger style of offense that showcased the best of his skills. Even though the Pro game is changing, you still need to play from under center. He bring enthusiasm to the field and is a natural leader. If a team seeks intangibles, this guy has them.

7. Josh Oliver, San Diego State, 6-5/249

Oliver is capable of stretching the field. Has long arms and big mits which compliment his ability to track down the ball. A pretty good route runner and has shown the capacity to be an aggressive in-line blocker.

8. Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M, 6-4/251

Sternberger is getting a lot of attention from teams and steadily rising up draft boards. He is very athletic, a former three sport athlete, that takes his conditioning seriously. Has shown good hands and plenty of upside.

9. Elkanah “Kano” Dillon, Oregon, 6-5/265

Dillon arrived in Oregon as a grad-transfer from South Flordia. He is certainly one of the more physically intriguing tight end prospects in the 2019 draft class. If a team decides to invest in his measurables, he could become a better pro than college player.

10. Isaac Nauta, Georgia, 6-3/244

A former five star recruit that didn’t have the production expected. However, his athleticism has teams taking a second look. A good blocker who isn’t afraid to engage in contact. His ability to play inline or line up in the slot has increased his value.

OTHER PLAYERS TO KEEP AN EYE ON:

  1. Drew Sample, Washington, 6-5/255
  2. Kaden Smith, Stanford, 6-5/255
  3. Tommy Sweeney, Boston College, 6-4/255
  4. Dax Raymond, Utah, 6-5/255
  5. Matt Sokol, Michigan State, 6-6/250
  6. Caleb Wilson, UCLA, 6-4/240
  7. Mavin Saunders, Kansas, 6-4/236
  8. Isaiah Searight, Fordham, 6-3/242
  9. Zach Gentry, Michigan, 6-8/255
  10. Kendall Blanton, Missouri, 6-6/262
  11. Daniel Helm, Duke, 6-4/249
  12. C.J. Conrad, Kentucky, 6-4/249
  13. Alexandre Savard, Laval, 6-5/242
  14. Keenan Brown, Texas State, 6-2/250
  15. Donald Parham, Stetson, 6-8/245
  16. Charles Scarff, Delaware, 6-6/270
  17. Brandon Dillon Marian 6-5/250
  18. James Washington, Rutgers, 6-2/241

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Team Needs:

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The 2019 NFL Draft will be held Thursday-Saturday, April 25-27 in Nashville, Tenn.

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