Which tight ends boosted their stock or lost a step at the Scouting Combine?
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Thanks for the write up. None of these guys jump off the page as anyone special. I see them as one big clump of solid to developmental prospects. Of course some will use their pro days to bolster their stock and depending on landing spot there may be a few that gain value as we go. My question is more about where they all fit in with the other positions? As of now they would seem to range between 3rd and 4th rounds and even left for waivers. If I had to choose between one of these TEs and a WR/RB, I might just take another shot at the WR/RB. Worst case scenario if some show some promise you can trade for them or pick them up later. Thoughts?
One could land in a juicy situation like New England but I am probably not taking a TE until late second round of rookie drafts. And it would only be then if a guy like Hunter Bryant lands in a great situation. Even in TE premium, I don’t know if I would want to take a shot at TE much earlier honestly. The RB/WR class is better by far at that point in drafts.