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Tight Ends

The were 16 TEs selected in the 2023 draft, as follows:

 

Round 1 - Dalton Kincaid

Round 2 - Sam LaPorta, Michael Mayer, Luke Musgrave, Luke Schoonmaker, Brenton Strange

Round 3 - Tucker Kraft, Darnell Washington, Cameron Latu

Round 4 - 0

Round 5 - Josh Whyle, Will Mallory, Payne Durham, Davis Allen

Round 6 - Elijah Higgins

Round 7 - Zack Kuntz, Brayden Willis

1) Brock Bowers | 6'4 | 235 | TE | Georgia

9/16 - South Carolina - Bowers really looked the part today, proving his worth as aa blocker whilst showing his chops as a receiving threat.

2) Ja'Tavion Sanders | 6'5 | 250 | TE | Texas

9/9 - Alabama - Sanders paced all receivers with 5 grabs for 114 yards. He ran good routes which were hard to cover, then showed breakaway speed once he had the ball in his hands. He was a dangerous weapon. 

3) Brevyn Spann-Ford | 6'7 | 270 | TE | Minnesota

8/31 - Nebraska - Looked good coming off the LOS and running vertical routes and comebacks up the seam. He wasn't nearly as fluid breaking his routes off and working laterally, however. Despite his size, his blocking wasn't dominant by any means. 

4) Cade Stover | 6'5 | 255 | TE | Ohio State

9/2 - Indiana - Had a great game, showcasing his blocking and receiving skills. He paced his team with 5 catches for 98 yards. He looked like a complete TE today. 

9/23 - Notre Dame - Had a great game, stood out well as a receiving threat. He caught 7 balls for 52 yards, gave safeties and LBs issues.

5) Jaheim Bell | 6'3 | 233 | TE | Florida State

9/3 - LSU - Bell looks like he'll be a great chess piece now and at the next level. While he caught just 2 passes, his long jaunt of 44 yards showed off what he can do. 

6) Luke Lachey | 6'6 | 253 | TE | Iowa

9/9 - Iowa State - Lachey had a good game. He caught 3 balls for 58 yards, was looked to often. He showed a very good release from the LOS, was able to compromise SAFs on the seam and across the field. He also looked adequate blocking when called upon to do so. 

7) Ben Sinnott | 6'4 | 245 | TE | Kansas State

9/16 - Missouri - Sinnott had an impressive game. While he stuck huis head in and was an adequate blocker as needed, his receiving game flourished. He routinely found soft spots within the defense and was able to beat coverage outright. He had 5 catches for 78 yards, 2 TDs. He was by far KSU's number one target.

8) Erick All | 6'5 | 250 | TE | Iowa

9/9 - Iowa State - All had a decent outing, caught 3 balls for 32 yards. He was solid overall, without one thing standing out as a major plus. 

9) Bryson Nesbit | 6'5 | 232 | TE | North Carolina

9/2 - South Carolina - Nesbit chipped in with 3 receptions, looked fluid as a receiving option, but wasn't special amid their TE group.

10) Trey Knox | 6'5 | 250 | TE | South Carolina

9/2 - North Carolina - Knox looked the part earl on with 2 receptions, but wasn't targeted much as the game progressed. He was a big, underneath target when given the chance. 

9/16 - Georgia - Knox had a good game, was a consummate receiving threat all game. Outside of his drop, he looked good with his 3 catches for 31 yards.

11) Gavin Bartholomew | 6'5 | 255 | TE | Pittsburgh

9/9 - Cincinnati - Had a very solid game, showing his worth as a blocker and an intermediate receiving threat. He looked tough, showed a lot of hustle.

12) Jalin Conyers | 6'4 | 265 | TE | Arizona State

13) Benjamin Yurosek | 6'4 | 242 | TE | Stanford

14) Seydou Traore | 6'4 | 225 | TE | Mississippi State

15) Arik Gilbert | 6'5 | 248 | TE | Georgia

16) Caden Prieskorn | 6'5 | 255 | TE | Ole Miss

17) Austin Stogner | 6'6 | 260 | TE |  Oklahoma

18) McCallan Castles | 6'5 | 233 | TE | Tennessee

19) Brant Kuithe | 6'2 | 225 | TE | Utah 

20) Michael Trigg | 6'3 | 240 | TE | Ole Miss

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