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RankPlayerHeightWeight40 TimeTeamDan HeinsJosh JohnsonMike KrafickAvgSkinny
1Hunter Henry6' 5"250NASD1111.0Without question the class of class, amazing hands, lines up all over the field, blocks with venegance, can start from day 1 if needed
2Austin Hooper6' 4"2544.72ATL2222.0Young and unpolished, great blocker, was not asked to run extended route tree, will need the usual three of development time, decent hands
3Tyler Higbee6' 4"243NALA3333.0Former WR who added weight and become very soild reliable contributer, knee injury cost him half of 2015 and rendered him unavailable for combine testing, will get deep like no other TE, great shake and bake after catch, needs block refinement
4Jerell Adams6' 5"2474.64NYG4454.3Had a fantastic combine with the fastest 40 for TEs and tested in top percentile in 20 and 60 yard shuttle. Moving up team's draft boards quickly may need a year or two.
5Nick Vannett6' 6"2574.85SEA5745.3Big bodied vacuum, punishing blocker, limited to post, slant and out routes, not overly athletic, average in-game leaper
6Thomas Duarte6' 2"2314.72MIA6565.7Mostly a WR in college, a bit undersized, will twist around OLBs and DBs, could be next Jordan Reed, blocking skills suspect
7David Morgan II6' 4"2635.02MIN767.7Combine helped him gained some notoriety, slightly stiff in the hips but able bodied enough to be a miss match problem, played all over the field
8Ben Braunecker6' 3"2504.68CHI1079.0Sub 7-second three cone, 35.5 inch vertical, 3-year starter and team captain
9Beau Sandland6' 4"2534.74CAR81289.3Tested decent at the combine, not a patient route runner, can get caught up and knocked off routes, definite project but good tools
10Bryce Williams6' 6"2574.94NYG108109.3Big physical player, kind of a plotter, lackluster combine, uses his length incredibly well, played a lot of fullback in college as well
11Darion Griswold6' 3"250NAIND99.7Big and strong former basketball player, not much college production but excellent blocker, could be a redzone gem with his long strides and vertical capabilities
12Jake McGee6' 5"2524.78CAR913910.3Potentially best hands in the class, faster than most TEs to complete his routes, may surprise with his athleticism
13Henry Krieger Coble6' 3"2484.8DEN1110.3Under used as a pass catcher and a bit undersized for the NFL, solid blocker and very good route runner considering the underutilization, can hold up inline but also get down field and flatten DBs
14Seth DeValve6' 4" 245NACLE1411.3Player mostly WR in college, profiles as a move TE, good catch radius and clutch player
15Rico Gathers6' 8"275NADAL1511.7A pure project, former basketball player which means he could be a gentle giant
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