In a redraft league, which rookie tight end would you most want to have on your roster? And "none" can be an answer.
David Dodds: I am in the NONE camp here. Most are being picked way before I would ever roster them. I generally shy away from rookie tight ends because the transition from college to the NFL is a steep curve. Typically college tight ends aren't big enough to block opposing DEs so they play them sparingly in year one. Of the 6 tight ends drafted in the first two rounds of the last 3 years (that stayed at the tight end position), only Hunter Henry has surpassed 350 receiving yards in their rookie season.
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