TE Rankings 2019 NFL Tight End Rankings Projected Rounds: 1. Noah Fant, TE, Iowa: Round 2, 2. Alize Mack, TE, Notre Dame: Round 4, 3. Tommy Sweeney, TE, Boston College: Round 4, 4. T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa: Round 4, 5. Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose State: Round 4, 6. Dax Raymond, TE, Utah State: Round 4, 7. Caleb Wilson, TE, UCLA: Round 4, 8. Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama: Round 5, 9. Isaac Nauta, TE, Georgia: Round 5, 10. Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M: Round 5, 10. Foster Moreau, TE, LSU: Round 6, 12. Zach Gentry, TE, Michigan: Round 6, 13. Drew Sample, TE, Washington: Round 7, 14. C.J. Conrad, TE, Kentucky: Round 7, 15. Mitchell Wilcox, TE, South Florida: Round 7


2019 NFL Draft: Tight End Rankings





Chris Ransom follow @DraftUtopia Last Updated: January 6, 2019.



  1. Noah Fant, TE, Iowa Projected Round 2nd Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-5 241 lb Noah Fant had a career high 39 receptions and 519 receiving yards despite having only 7 receiving touchdowns in 2018.


    Noah Fant SWOT Report

    Strengths: His route running is amazing. He runs sharp, crisp routes. Displays the route running to run short routes, medium routes, and deep routes. You will see Fant perform precise routes with screen passes, streaks, slants, wheel routes, post routes, post stops, curls, curl stops, drags, snags, shoots, out routes, out & ups, corner routes, slugos, slugo posts, slugo stops, IOU's, stop & gos, double stops, and double stop & gos. Can execute any type of route at an elite level. Has an extremely high football IQ.


    Execellent blocker. His blocking ups the running game for Iowa.


    Fant has soft hands. Can leap into the air while jumping. Capable of making spectacular catches like one-handed catches or can catch the ball in traffic. He can catch anything that comes his way.


    Capable of catching without using his body. By this I mean he catches the ball when it comes his way, and he doesn't have to use his body to reel in the catch. Generates separation with ease and is very difficult to tackle. Was able to pick apart Denzel Ward on tape despite his 4.3 speed.


    Weaknesses: Noah Fant doesn't really have a weakness outside of the occassional drops. Fant is a pretty complete tight end in that regard and a special one for sure.


    Opportunities: 41. Denver Broncos, 42. Cincinnati Bengals, 47. Carolina Panthers, 50. Minnesota Vikings, and 51. Tennessee Titans would all be ideal spots for Noah Fant in the second round. He's the top tight end in the 2019 NFL Draft by leaps and bounds.


    Threats: Noah Fant has no threats. He may be raw to a degree, but he's got the upside to be the only Pro Bowl tight end in the 2019 NFL Draft.


    Potential Grade: 90/99



    Before 2018

    Noah Fant had 30 receptions, 494 receiving yards, and 11 receiving touchdowns in 2017. He dominated versus Denzel Ward on tape too who had a 4.3 40-time before being picked fourth overall by the Cleveland Browns. Noah Fant can separate himself from the pack if he improves on his numbers in 2018.




  2. Alize Mack, TE, Notre Dame Projected Round 4th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-5 251 lb Alize Mack showed incredible promise in 2015. He didn't see the field in 2016 and put together his best season in 2018 with 36 receptions, 360 receiving yards, and 3 receiving touchdowns after returning to Notre Dame in 2018.


    Alize Mack SWOT Report

    Strengths: May possess the best athleticism and hands of any tight end in this class. Has the speed and jumping to make acrobatic catches. Also has the hands to catch anything or block anyone coming his way. His route running has improved in 2018. His route running is amazing. He runs sharp, crisp routes. Displays the route running to run short routes, medium routes, and deep routes. You will see Mack perform precise routes with screen passes, streaks, slants, wheel routes, post routes, post stops, curls, curl stops, drags, snags, shoots, out routes, out & ups, corner routes, slugos, slugo posts, slugo stops, IOU's, stop & gos, double stops, and double stop & gos. Can execute any type of route at an elite level now after struggling in this area for three years. Has an extremely high football IQ.


    Mack has soft hands. Can leap into the air while jumping. Capable of making spectacular catches like one-handed catches or can catch the ball in traffic. He can catch anything that comes his way.


    Weaknesses: Alize Mack's route running has improved to the point where he can run any route. You'd like to see more consistency from him in terms of production though.


    Opportunities: I have a fourth round grade on Alize Mack. Mack has a chance to move up a lot on draft boards if he can dominate in the 2019 Senior Bowl after imp


    Threats: Mack got suspended for the entire 2016 season due to Academic Ineligibility. Another suspension will raise a lot of character concerns.


    Potential Grade: 86/99



    Before 2018

    Alize Jones also known as Alize Jones or Alize Mack was the #1 overall recruit at tight end in High School for the class of 2015 had 41 receptions, 930 receiving yards, and 13 receiving touchdowns at Bishop Gorman High School. He hasn't matched that success at Notre Dame despite a promising freshman campaign in 2015. He had 19 receptions, 166 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown in 2017. Mack needs to build on that in 2018.




  3. Tommy Sweeney, TE, Boston College Projected Round 4th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-5 260 Tommy Sweeney had a down year with 32 receptions, 348 receiving yards, and 3 receiving touchdowns. Despite this, I still love what Sweeney does on tape. It would take an awful week in the 2019 Senior Bowl for Sweeney to drop out of my top 3 entirely.


    Tommy Sweeney SWOT Report

    Strengths: Tommy Sweeney is the best blocking tight end in this years draft in terms of physical strength. His route running is amazing. He runs sharp, crisp routes. Displays the route running to run short routes, medium routes, and deep routes. You will see Sweeney perform precise routes with screen passes, streaks, slants, wheel routes, post routes, post stops, curls, curl stops, drags, snags, shoots, out routes, out & ups, corner routes, slugos, slugo posts, slugo stops, IOU's, stop & gos, double stops, and double stop & gos. Can execute any type of route at an elite level. Has an extremely high football IQ.


    Sweeney has soft hands. Can leap into the air while jumping. Capable of making spectacular catches like one-handed catches or can catch the ball in traffic. He can catch anything that comes his way.


    Weaknesses: Slightly overweight. You'd like him to be more explosive on tape. His game speed on film is very lackluster at best.


    Opportunities: I have a fourth round grade on Sweeney. Sweeney could become a day 2 pick if he dominates at the 2019 Senior Bowl. I expect Sweeney to struggle at the 2019 NFL Combine so he's a guy who can produce on tape, but he's not a guy who will get drafted in the first two rounds of the 2019 NFL Draft.


    Threats: There are no threats with Tommy Sweeney. He could be a great starter, but needs to be with the right tight end coach.


    Potential Grade: 86/99



    Before 2018

    Tommy Sweeney had his best season in 2017 with 36 receptions, 512 receiving yards, and 4 receiving touchdowns. Sweeney could move up boards if he builds on that in 2018.




  4. T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa Projected Round 4th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-5 250 lb T.J. Hockenson is a sohpomore redshirt tight end that complimented Noah Fant at Iowa. Hockenson had 49 receptions, 760 receiving yards, and 6 receiving touchdowns. He actually managed to beat out Fant and became the youngest tight end to win the John Mackey Award so if he goes back to school, he could be a first round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.


    ' T.J. Hockenson SWOT Report

    Strengths: Knows how to place his hands on blocks by keeping his hands inside while getting square. T.J. Hockenson knows how to use his hands to fight on his blocks. He pancaked an edge rusher on Indiana. Hockenson blocks with more finesse and variety then any tight end in this class. He doesn't block with physicality like Tommy Sweeney, but Hockenson can pivot block, cut block, slide block, and block with so much variety that he blows you away with his blocking. Knows how to extend his arms and frame his hands when blocking. Hockenson can bail out a left tackle when you line him up as a third offensive tackle next to a left tackle. Has better hand position then Noah Fant. Good burst and he can make yards after the catch.


    Weaknesses: You'd like to see T.J. Hockenson jump more. He only has 20 routes compared to Noah Fant's 30 routes. I feel like he could develop those other ten routes if he returns to school, but at this point its easy to see why many teams feel Hockenson is raw to a point.


    Opportunities: I have a fourth round grade on T.J. Hockenson. Iowa's sophomore redshirt could be the top tight end in the 2020 NFL Draft if he goes back to school.


    Threats: I don't see any threats with T.J. Hockenson. You can easily argue he's the safest tight end outside of Noah Fant. He's basically a more durable version of Dennis Pitta with Todd Heap's ability to make plays after the catch.


    Potential Grade: 86/99



    Before 2018

    T.J. Hockenson had 24 receptions, 320 receiving yards, and 3 receiving touchdowns as a freshman redshirt in 2017. Hockenson shows a lot of promise despite being in Noah Fant's shadow.




  5. Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose State Projected Round 4th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-5 250 lb Josh Oliver is the tight end everyone is talking about. I saw his tape on the Senior Bowl special on Yahoo and was blown away by what he could do. Josh Oliver had 56 receptions, 709 receiving yards, and 4 receiving touchdowns in 2018 despite being double teammed and triple teammed constantly. Josh Oliver has the upside to develop into a future NFL starter.


    Josh Oliver SWOT Report

    Strengths: Excels in the red zone. His route running is amazing. He runs sharp, crisp routes. Displays the route running to run short routes, medium routes, and deep routes. You will see Oliver perform precise routes with screen passes, streaks, slants, wheel routes, post routes, post stops, curls, curl stops, drags, snags, shoots, out routes, out & ups, corner routes, slugos, slugo posts, slugo stops, IOU's, stop & gos, double stops, and double stop & gos. Can execute any type of route at an elite level. Has an extremely high football IQ.


    Oliver has soft hands. Can leap into the air while jumping. Capable of making spectacular catches like one-handed catches or can catch the ball in traffic. He can catch anything that comes his way. I've seen Oliver catch red zone passes in the end zone on tape despite being triple teammed at times.


    Weaknesses: Josh Oliver's film session versus Army was alarming to say the least. He only had 2 receptions for 19 receiving yards. His blocking in that full game was disappointing. The Senior Bowl did a hell of a job hyping up Josh Oliver considering San Jose State surrendered 52 consecutive points to Army after taking a 3-0 lead on Army. To Josh Oliver's defense, both of San Jose State's quarterbacks got injured during the game allowing the third string quarterback to enter and the rest of his teammates gave up versus Army.


    Opportunities: I have a fourth round grade on Josh Oliver. Oliver has the speed, route running, hands, size, and athleticism. However how he does during the 2019 Senior Bowl will say a lot.


    Threats: Josh Oliver's teammates gave up versus Army when down 28-3. I'm wondering if any prospects on San Jose State this year have any self esteem. Oliver has to tell his teammates to pull their stuff together. He's got the upside to be a starter. My issue with Oliver is he didn't showcase that attitude wise versus Army.


    Potential Grade: 86/99



    Before 2018

    Josh Oliver only had 35 receptions, 296 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown in 2017. Josh Oliver has to do way more if he wants to get noticed on tape in 2018.




  6. Dax Raymond, TE, Utah State Projected Round 4th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-5 250 lb Dax Raymond had 27 receptions, 345 receiving yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns in 2018. His most noticable game came against Michigan State where he had 7 receptions for 76 receiving yards.


    Dax Raymond SWOT Report

    Strengths: His route running is amazing. He runs sharp, crisp routes. Displays the route running to run short routes, medium routes, and deep routes. You will see Breneman perform precise routes with screen passes, streaks, slants, wheel routes, post routes, post stops, curls, curl stops, drags, snags, shoots, out routes, out & ups, corner routes, slugos, slugo posts, slugo stops, IOU's, stop & gos, double stops, and double stop & gos. Can execute any type of route at an elite level. Has an extremely high football IQ. Lined up against Michigan State's field cornerback and boundary cornerback despite being a tight end. He may be flexibile enough to move to wide receiver.


    Weaknesses: Dax Raymond needs to improve his motor. I'd also like to see him jump more frequently and catch the ball without relying on his body.


    Opportunities: I have a fourth round grade on Dax Raymond. Raymond will have a chance to boost his stock at the 2019 Senior Bowl.


    Threats: Dax Raymond does have some durability concerns. He only started all 12 games once as a sophomore redshirt in 2017. That explains why his motor is pretty slow on tape too.


    Potential Grade: 86/99



    Before 2018

    Dax Raymond started all 12 games in 2017. Raymond had 41 receptions, 456 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown in 2017. Raymond can surge up boards if he builds on that in 2018.




  7. Caleb Wilson, TE, UCLA Projected Round 4th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-4 235 Caleb Wilson did surprisingly well without Josh Rosen in 2018 despite UCLA's 3-9 regular season record. Caleb Wilson had 60 receptions, 965 receiving yards, and 4 receiving touchdowns in 2018.


    Caleb Wilson had 8 receptions, 102 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown versus Washington. Wilson had a field day versus Washington safety Taylor Rapp even without Josh Rosen.


    Caleb Wilson SWOT Report

    Strengths: His route running is amazing. He runs sharp, crisp routes. Displays the route running to run short routes, medium routes, and deep routes. You will see Wilson perform precise routes with screen passes, streaks, slants, wheel routes, post routes, post stops, curls, curl stops, drags, snags, shoots, out routes, out & ups, corner routes, slugos, slugo posts, slugo stops, IOU's, stop & gos, double stops, and double stop & gos. Can execute any type of route at an elite level. Has an extremely high football IQ.


    Wilson has soft hands. Can leap into the air while jumping. Capable of making spectacular catches like one-handed catches or can catch the ball in traffic. Caleb Wilson had three signature games against Washington, Arizona State, and Stanford where he exceeded 100 receiving yards without Josh Rosen in 2018.


    Capable of catching without using his body. By this I mean he catches the ball when it comes his way, and he doesn't have to use his body to reel in the catch. Generates separation with ease and is very difficult to tackle.


    Weaknesses: Caleb Wilson has trouble breaking tackles. He's probably the easiest tight end to tackle in the entire draft class.


    Opportunities: Caleb Wilson is a junior redshirt. He will not be in the 2019 Senior Bowl plus there is no 2018 game film on Wilson without Rosen. Way to go film team.


    Threats: Caleb Wilson only played 5 games in 2017. His lack of size makes you wonder how durable Caleb Wilson is.


    Potential Grade: 86/99



    Before 2018

    Caleb Wilson had 38 receptions, 490 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown in 2017. Caleb Wilson returned to school even though Josh Rosen left.




  8. Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama Projected Round 5th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-4 241 Irv Smith Jr. has nice size for a tight end. Irv Smith Jr. has 40 receptions, 667 receiving yards, and 7 receiving touchdowns. He will have one more audition versus Clemson in Monday Nights National Championship Game.


    Irv Smith Jr. SWOT Report

    Strengths: Irv Smith Jr. had a strong game versus Arkansas team captain and safety Santos Ramirez. Irv Smith Jr. even scored on the very first play versus Arkansas. Has ideal size. He is selfless and plays with a lot of heart. Flexibile in terms of attitude as he is willing to block or catch if it helps Alabama win.


    Weaknesses: Drops passes at times on tape. Has a tendency to fumble. Not the gifted route runner O.J. Howard was.


    Opportunities: I have a fifth round grade on Irv Smith Jr. Even with his flaws on tape, I feel like Irv Smith Jr. can still somehow be a solid starting tight end.


    Threats: There are no threats with Irv Smith Jr. He could be talented, but needs to be with the right tight end coach.


    Potential Grade: 85/99



    Before 2018

    Irv Smith Jr. is the son of Irv Smith. He took over for O.J. Howard as Alabama's starting tight end in 2017.




  9. Isaac Nauta, TE, Georgia Projected Round 5th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-4 240 lb Isaac Nauta had 30 receptions, 430 receiving yards, and 3 receiving touchdowns for Georgia in 2018.


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    Isaac Nauta had strong games against Florida and Alabama versus NFL safeties. He underperformed against everyone else though.


    Isaac Nauta SWOT Report

    Strengths: His route running is amazing. He runs sharp, crisp routes. Displays the route running to run short routes, medium routes, and deep routes. You will see Nauta perform precise routes with screen passes, streaks, slants, wheel routes, post routes, post stops, curls, curl stops, drags, snags, shoots, out routes, out & ups, corner routes, slugos, slugo posts, slugo stops, IOU's, stop & gos, double stops, and double stop & gos. Can execute any type of route at an elite level. Has an extremely high football IQ.


    Weaknesses: Nauta relies on making receptions when he is uncontested in zone coverage. Nauta struggles with the ability to do this when facing man or press coverage from opposing linebackers and defensive backs.


    Opportunities: I have a fifth round grade on Isaac Nauta. Nauta declared for the 2019 NFL Draft. I felt like he could have really boosted his draft stock by going back to school.


    Threats: Isaac Nauta is projected to run a 4.6 to 4.7 40-time at the 2019 NFL Combine. With no All Star game for Nauta to play in, that really worries me since Texas limted him to 1 reception for 3 receiving yards. He was able to take the starting tight end job from Jeb Blazevich right away as a true freshman. His lack of speed still concerns me.


    Potential Grade: 85/99



    Before 2018

    Issaac Nauta came into Georgia right away as a true freshman and took the tight end job from Jeb Blazevich. Nauta had 29 receptions, 361 receiving yards, and 3 receiving touchdowns as a true freshman in 2016.




  10. Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M Projected Round 5th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-4 250 lb Jace Sternberger had a huge year in 2018. Sternberger had 48 receptions, 832 receiving yards, and 10 receiving touchdowns. While he may be a one-year wonder, his signature season prompted him to declare for the 2019 NFL Draft.


    Jace Sternberger SWOT Report

    Strengths: Excels in the red zone. Runs short, medium, and deep routes effectively. Goes up for the ball in the air. You will see Sternberger perform with screen passes, streaks, slants, slugo routes, slugo stops, post routes, and drags. Excellent blocker. His size and athleticism are amazing for a tight end.


    Weaknesses: Needs to improve as a route runner. He's got seven different routes he can run while other tight ends in this class can run up to thirty routes.


    Opportunities: I have a fifth round grade on Jace Sternberger. Sternberger had some impressive games on tape versus Kentucky, South Carolina, Ole Miss, UAB, and LSU.


    Threats: Jace Sternberger only has one year of experience as a starter. The crazy thing is he has enough upside to develop into a starter despite only being a one year starter.


    Potential Grade: 85/99



    Before 2018

    Jace Sternberger only had 1 reception for 5 receiving yards in 2017. Sternberger needs a huge 2018 campaign to get noticed by NFL teams.




  11. Foster Moreau, TE, LSU Projected Round 6th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-6 250 lb Foster Moreau had 22 receptions, 272 receiving yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns in 2018. Moreau declined from his performance in 2017.


    Foster Moreau SWOT Report

    Strengths: Excels in the red zone. Has the hands to catch anything coming his way or block any defender in his way on running plays. Moreau is equally effective as a run blocker and compared to who is he as a pass catcher.


    Weaknesses: Drops easy pasess. Terrible route running. Needs to improve his athleticism. Relies on short routes. Struggles with yards after the catch.


    Opportunities: I have a sixth round grade on Foster Moreau. He needs a strong 2019 Senior Bowl week in Mobile.


    Threats: Foster Moreau really declined from his junior to senior season. Moreau really needs a huge week in Mobile.


    Potential Grade: 80/99



    Before 2018

    Foster Moreau had 24 receptions, 278 receiving yards, and 3 receiving touchdowns in 2017. Moreau needs a huge season in 2018 otherwise he may fall into the late rounds.




  12. Zach Gentry, TE, Michigan Projected Round 6th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-8 262 lb Zach Gentry only had 32 receptions, 514 receiving yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns in 2018. Gentry only had one signature game against Maryland. He also showed some flashes versus SMU.


    Zach Gentry SWOT Report

    Strengths: He beat out Tyrone Wheatley Jr. for a starting tight end job. Gentry has similar production compared to what Jake Butt did at Michigan. His route running is amazing. He runs sharp, crisp routes. Displays the route running to run short routes, medium routes, and deep routes. You will see Gentry perform precise routes with screen passes, streaks, slants, wheel routes, post routes, post stops, curls, curl stops, drags, snags, shoots, out routes, out & ups, corner routes, slugos, slugo posts, slugo stops, IOU's, stop & gos, double stops, and double stop & gos. Can execute any type of route at an elite level. Has an extremely high football IQ.


    Weaknesses: He's more prone to dropping a pass then any tight end in this class. He can surge up boards if he fixes this area of his game. I'm not confident in that happening mainly due to the fact that Zach Gentry dropped three passes versus Ohio State. This is a weak safety class and the fact that Gentry had 0 receptions against Ohio State says a lot.


    Opportunities: I have a sixth round grade on Zach Gentry. Gentry should have gone back to school.


    Threats: Zach Gentry lacks experience as a tight end. I am looking at someone who will push for a backup tight end job. This guy makes the injury prone Jake Butt look like Chuck Norris. That's not a knock on Butt, but more of a jab at Gentry.


    Potential Grade: 79/99



    Before 2018

    Zach Gentry only had 17 receptions, 303 receiving yards, and 3 receiving touchdown. Gentry needs a big 2018 season to get back on big boards.




  13. Drew Sample, TE, Washington Projected Round 7th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-5 251 lb Drew Sample knows how to get open. I've seen at least five plays in his games versus Auburn and Utah where Sample got wide open, but Jake Browning failed to get him the football. That says more about Browning then it does Sample. Drew Sample only had 25 receptions, 252 receiving yards, and 3 receiving touchdowns in 2018. His best game came against Oregon with 4 receptions for 79 receiving yards. Sample had career highs in 2018, but his numbers are very pedestrian for a receiving tight end.


    Drew Sample SWOT Report

    Strengths: Drew Sample is a great blocker for Myles Gaskin at running back. He knows how to get open.


    Weaknesses: Extremely inconsistent. Lacks the speed and athleticism to translate to the NFL.


    Opportunities: I have a sevebth round grade on Drew Sample. He needs to step up in the 2019 Senior Bowl if he wants to boost his draft stock.


    Threats: Drew Sample is projected to run a 4.86 40-time at the 2019 NFL Combine. His lack of speed really limits his ceiling as a tight end.


    Potential Grade: 77/99



    Before 2018

    Drew Sample has ability. He needs to put everything together in 2018 if he wants to get drafted.




  14. C.J. Conrad, TE, Kentucky Projected Round 7th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-5 252 lb C.J. Conrad is a fantastic blocking tight end. That's all he is though. His best game in 2018 came against Middle Tennessee State where he had 4 receptions, 51 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown.


    C.J. Conrad SWOT Report

    Strengths: Excels in the red zone. Knows how to use his soft hands to catch the football. Excellent run blocker for Benny Snell Jr. and good in pass protection.


    Weaknesses: Extremely inconsistent. Drops passes at times. You want to see him improve his route tree.


    Opportunities: I have a seventh round grade on C.J. Conrad. Conrad should find a way to get drafted if he ends up at the East West Shrine Game or the NFL Collegiate Bowl.


    Threats: C.J. Conrad has no threats. His ceiling is really limited though. He looks like a high end third string tight end.


    Potential Grade: 76/99



    Before 2018

    C.J. Conrad had 4 receiving touchdowns in 2016. He matched that total in 2017. He has 9 career receiving touchdowns in three years at Kentucky proving he can be a lethal red zone threat.




  15. Mitchell Wilcox, TE, South Florida Projected Round 7th Round

    2018 Season Recap The 6-5 245 lb Mitchell Wilcox had 43 receptions, 540 receiving yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns. Wilcox had 8 receptions for 108 receiving yards against one power five school in Illinois. That's why Wilcox is a late round prospect in the 2019 NFL Draft.


    Mitchell Wilcox SWOT Report

    Strengths: Excels in the red zone. Has the hands to catch anything coming his way or block any defender in his way on running plays.


    Weaknesses: Drops easy passes. Terrible route running. Needs to improve his athleticism. Even though Wilcox dominated versus Illinois, he dropped a pass that led to an interception for Illinois.


    Opportunities: I have a seventh round grade on Mitchell Wilcox. Wilcox is a three year starter at South Florida who could have returned to school for his senior season.


    Threats: Mitchell Wilcox has no threats. You may be looking at a third string tight end at best though.


    Potential Grade: 75/99



    Before 2018

    Mitchell Wilcox started right away as a true freshman and he had 12 receptions, 278 receiving yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns. Wilcox had more receptions, but less receiving yards as a sophomore in 2017 during his sophomore season with 17 receptions, 158 receiving yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns.







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