Top 2013 NFL Draft TE Prospect Rankings
Our "Big Board" of 2013 NFL draft prospects will be updated weekly.
Check mark indicates player has been drafted.
- Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina
- 6'4 - 245
A crowded, top-heavy class of tight end prospects may be highlighted by this standout from the University of North Carolina. Ebron finished the 2013 season as one of the few highly productive TEs. More than enough athleticism to challenge defenses all over the field. He is a touch thin and could afford to add some bulk, especially in regards to his in-line blocking... Read More
- Jace Amaro, TE , Texas Tech
- 6'5 - 257
Amaro was the Jimmy Graham of college football in 2013, statistically speaking. He was far and away the nation's leader at his position in just about every relevant category. Blessed with good size and some tenacity after the catch, Amaro will be a nightmare matchup for teams looking for a TE who can line up out wide. Long way to go as an in-line blocker. Athletic ... Read More
- Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE , Washington
- 6'6 - 266
Entering the 2013 season, Seferian-Jenkins was widely considered one of the best TEs in college football. The Huskies eased him into the season and a slow start hurt his final statistics. One thing should be made clear though, ASJ has a bright NFL future ahead of him and should certainly hear his name called by Day 2 of the 2014 NFL Draft. Seferian-Jenkins has exce... Read More
- C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa - 6'6 - 265
- Troy Niklas, TE , Notre Dame
- 6'6 - 259
Yet another prototypical "Y" tight end out of Notre Dame, Niklas is one of this draft's better in-line blockers who can also contribute as a receiver. A well-balanced player with a long frame and surprising strength, the former outside linebacker is still learning to ins and outs of the position. Great build and already has good musculature for a tight end. New to ... Read More