Tight end class offers variety
Receiving threats, blockers, H-backs all part of varied tight end group
Updated: April 20, 2010, 3:24 PM ETBy Todd McShay, Steve Muench and Kevin Weidl | Scouts Inc.
With the 2010 draft just days away, Scouts Inc. is finalizing its draft board and positional rankings. Below is a look at how the tight end class falls into place, including the top three players in each of the five position-specific categories we use to evaluate prospects, all draftable prospects at the position, those tight ends who were first-day picks in 2009 and the three-year trends among tight ends.
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