UA-59049186-1 2020 NFL Draft: Big Board - Tight End - Good if it Goes

2020 NFL Draft: Big Board – Tight End

Rank Player School Grade
1 Albert Okwuebugnam Missouri 3rd
2 Cole Kmet Notre Dame 3rd-4th
3 Brycen Hopkins Purdue 4th
4 Hunter Bryant Washington 4th
5 Thaddeus Moss LSU 4th
6 Devin Asiasi UCLA 4th-5th
7 Adam Trautman Dayton 4th-5th
8 Harrison Bryant FAU 5th
9 Jared Pinkney Vanderbilt 5th
10 Sean McKeon Michigan 6th-7th

I’m not a fan of this tight end class at all. Albert Okwuebugnam from Missouri had a very nice showing at the Combine, which pushed him to the top of my TE board. His athleticism makes him an intriguing enough prospect to claim the top spot because there just aren’t any real exciting prospect in this class. Cole Kmet from Notre Dame looked great on tape at times and just okay at others. Then, at the Combine, he ran slower than I had hoped he would and just really didn’t stand out during testing as a whole. I have a late 3rd/early 4th-round on him. Brycen Hopkins from Purdue is in the same boat: mostly good tape, disappointing Combine testing. Thaddeus Moss, son of Hall of Fame receiver and Hall of Fame Lambeau Field touchdown celebrator Randy Moss, didn’t test at the Combine. If he had tested and tested well, I might have graded him as high as late 2nd round. Without a Combine to look at, all we have is his tape, which shows that there’s definitely potential there, but does leave you wanting to see more production from him.

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