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2023 NFL Scouting Combine Winners and Losers: Tight Ends

How did this year’s rookie tight end crop do at the combine?

Zack Kuntz

How did this year's rookie tight end crop do at the combine?

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2023 NFL Scouting Combine Winners and Losers: Tight Ends
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Cy Guy
6 months ago

I think it would be worth adding “number of 1000 yard seasons” to the table at the beginning of the article. While that is obviously skewed due to younger TEs being mid-career, I think it would still be informative.
My brief look at it saw the faster TE peaking for 2 seasons of 1000 yard production (obviously impacted by health and injuries), while the studs like Kelce, Gronk and Gonzalez were good for 4+ seasons. Personally, my takeaway is that faster 40 times may be useful for identifying potential upside when picking a TE in later rounds, but not that useful when trying to draft the #1 TE. The sweet spot seems to be mid 4.60s for a physically intimidating TE, which is a fast time for someone 6’5″ and 240+.

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