Tight Ends

 

1) Brycen Hopkins | 6'5 | 245 | TE | Purdue 

9/7 - Vanderbilt - Hopkins had a solid game, catching 3 balls for 41 yards, good for 2 TDs. He had another drop in this one, adding to the one he had last week. He did run good routes and served as a nice big target.

9/14 - TCU - Hopkins had a real good game, displaying very good route running and hands to match. He went 4 for 77 yards.

2) Hunter Bryant | 6'2 | 240 | TE | Washington 

9/21 - BYU - Bryant was impressive in this game. Operating like a big slot, he showed off very good hands coupled with the speed and route running to get open. He had 4 catches for 49 yards, was a beast to cover.

9/28 - USC - Bryant had a very good outing, catching 4 balls for 49 yards. He was open often, too fast for the secondary to hang with him on crossers.

10/5 - Stanford - Bryant was locked up all night, had just 1 catch for 8 yards.

11/23 - Colorado - Bryant had a good game, going 5 for 82 yards. His athleticism and ability to press the seam with speed was more than apparent.

3) Cole Kmet | 6'5 | 250 | TE | Notre Dame

4) Jared Pinkney | 6'3 | 255 | TE | Vanderbilt 

9/7 - Purdue - Pinkney had a decent game, had 3 receptions for 61 yards. He had another holding penalty in this game, which adds to the 2 he had the week prior. He ran good routes and showed physicality in all facets of the game.

9/21 - LSU -Pinkney had a decent game, 4 receptions for 47 yards. His long reception of 30 yards was his high point. LSU had him locked up often and gave him little opportunities to break out.

5) Albert Okwuegbunam | 6'5 | 255 | TE | Missouri 

10/12 - Ole Miss - Had a very solid outing, catching 4 balls for 60 yards. Once securing the catch, he showed good speed in gaining yards. He sported a solid frame, was a big reliable target that simply wasn't leveraged as much as he could've been.

6) Colby Parkinson | 6'6 | 240 | TE | Stanford 

8/31 - Northwestern - Parkinson had a good game, logging 4 receptions for 38 yards. He showed off solid game speed and asserted himself as a blocker. 

9/7 - USC - Parkinson had an excellent game, hauled in 7 receptions for 89 yards. He ran very good routes and displayed the ability to box out smaller defenders in securing his catches. He looked like a Day 2 lock in this contest. 

9/14 - UCF - Parkinson had a good game, catching 6 balls for 51 yards. He was targeted often, made some contested catches despite good coverage. He continues to operate very well when split out in the slot.

9/21 - Oregon - Parkinson had zero receptions.

10/5 - Washington - 2 catches for 42 yards, but was able to get open a few times more, just didn't connect with his QB.

7) Harrison Bryant | 6'4 | 240 | TE | Florida Atlantic 

8/31 - Ohio State - Yeah, he had 2 drops early, rattled by the fact he was playing the Ohio State. But he cooled down, then got hot, going 6/79 yards with a long reception of 26 yards. He showed off good route running and speed, enough speed to be used outside like a true "X" receiver. There were many snaps where he looked like at worst a good #2 TE option for some TE needy NFL squad.

8) Josiah Deguara | 6'3 | 240 | TE | Cincinnati 

8/30 - UCLA - Deguara had a great game. He was a consistent target for his QB, catching 4 balls for 53, 1 TD. He showed off good speed and zone awareness. His best play came on what would have been a pick-six, his QB throwing a goal line INT. Deguara ran all the way down field to make the tackle, showing great overall speed and hustle. He's the type of kid you want on your team.

9/7 - Ohio State - Deguara had a very good game, catching 3 balls for 46 yards. He ran very good routes, flashing very good functional speed in doing so. He chipped in as a blocker, tough kid.

9) Adam Trautman | 6'5 | 251 | TE | Dayton

10) Cheyenne O'Grady | 6'3 | 251 | TE | Arkansas 

9/28 - Texas A&M - O'Grady had a real nice game. He had 8 receptions for 91 yards. He was able to threaten the seam and get superior positioning against smaller defenders. He looks to be a good move TE with some decent blocking skills if not willingness. 

11) Jake Breeland | 6'5 | 248 | TE | Oregon 

8/31- Auburn - Breeland played his quick outlet role well, catching 4 balls for 26 yards. He wasn't asked to stretch the seam or assert himself as a blocker, so one couldn't get a complete evaluation on him from this contest. 

9/21 - Stanford - Breeland had a very good game. He had 5 catches for 78 yards, 2 TDs. He was a very good release valve for Herbert, showing good speed and route running.

10/5 - California - Breeland continues to impress as a move TE prospect. He had 5 receptions for 87 yards, was certainly the Ducks' most reliable option. His ability to threaten the seam and beat LBs was evident.

12) Mitchell Wilcox | 6'4 | 245 | TE | South Florida 

8/30 - Wisconsin - Wilcox certainly didn't look bad, as his 1 catch 11 yard performance might suggest. UW was all over the Bulls and Wilcox simply didn't get enough quality looks. 

13) Charlie Taumoepeau | 6'3 | 246 | TE | Portland State

14) Sean McKeon | 6'4 | 251 | TE | Michigan 

15) Stephen Sullivan | 6'6 | 232 | TE | LSU 

16) Jacob Ferguson | 6'4 | 247 | TE | Wisconsin

8/30 - South Florida - This was a very meh game for Ferguson, someone who was touted as a plus athlete with a great skill set to exploit defenders. He caught 3 balls for 20 yards, but did have a fumble plus a dropped pass. His routes nor speed off the line showed anything special, and while he tried his best as a blocker, he was barely adequate, often lacking power.

17) Giovanni Ricci | 6'4 | 240 | TE | Western Michigan

18) Dominick Wood-Anderson | 6'3 | 264 | TE | Tennessee 

19) Luke Farrell | 6'5 | 250 | TE | Ohio State 

9/28 - Nebraska - Just 1 catch for 16 yards. 

20) Jared Rice | 6'4 | 238 | TE | Fresno State 

21) Charlie Woerner | 6'5 | 245 | TE | Georgia 

22) Noah Togiai | 6'4 | 241 | TE | Oregon State 

23) Tyler Mabry | 6'3 | 265 | TE | Maryland 

9/28 - Penn State - Had 2 catches for 14 yards. He looked the part athletically, just not many chances in this one.

24) Joey Magnifico | 6'3 | 235 | TE | Memphis