In a redraft league, considering their respective ADP, which rookie tight end would you most want to have on your roster? And "none" can be an answer.
Editor's Note: This question was asked an answered before the Thursday night Preseason Week 1 games were played.
Daniel Simpkins: It's not a very high probability bet to take chances on a rookie tight end, but as we've seen with Hunter Henry and Evan Engram, it can pay off. It would depend on how many bench spots I had, but I could see taking a late shot on Dallas Goedert in a league with deep benches. Our Sigmund Bloom probably shares my love of Goedert because, like Sigmund, I love athletic basketball converts as tight ends. They generally understand how to use their bodies to box out people in space, which is something useful to utilize when you are making contested catches. Goedert is also a very good route runner for his size and creates separation down the field. I know he will split time with Zach Ertz, but if any tight end can make a first-year splash, especially in end zone work, it's him.
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