NFL Combine – Tight End

As the NFL heads towards its annual Combine next week, the invitation list helps narrow the field on the top prospects in the country, both seniors and underclassmen. Over the next week we’ll preview and review each position.

The tight end position is not one of strength as the NFL Combine is set to begin in a week. The top two prospects are Notre Dame’s Kyle Rudolph (above left) and Arkansas’ D.J. Williams (above right).

There are a couple of SEC tight ends that along with Williams are attracting a lot of attention: Luke Stocker out of Tennessee and Wesley Saunders from South Carolina. Saunders was added in just the last week when the NFL declared him eligible for the April Draft.

TIGHT END (17)

Player School

Class

HT

WT

Jordan Cameron Southern Cal

SR

6-5¼

244

Charles Clay Tulsa

SR

6-3

239

Charlie Gantt Michigan State

SR

6-3¾

255

Cameron Graham Louisville

SR

6-3

240

Virgil Green Nevada

SR

6-3¼

248

Daniel Hardy Idaho

SR

6-3½

248

Robert Housler Florida Atlantic

SR

6-5½

249

Lance Kendricks Wisconsin

SR

6-3

240

Schuylar Oordt Northern Iowa

SR

6-5¾

258

Zack Pianalto North Carolina

SR

6-3¼

250

Allen Reisner Iowa

SR

6-2¼

248

Kyle Rudolph Notre Dame

JR

6-5¾

265

Wesley Saunders South Carolina

JR

6-5

272

Lee Smith Marshall

SR

6-5¾

269

Luke Stocker Tennessee

SR

6-4¾

255

Julius Thomas Portland State

SR

6-4½

251

D.J. Williams Arkansas

SR

6-1¾

236

Height-weight in red = official numbers from all-star games.


One Response to “NFL Combine – Tight End”

  • February 16, 2011  - Anonymous says:

    Three things you can count on…death, taxes, and Pioli drafting a Tight End.




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