Trio of TEs offer late-round depth
Prospects who fit the "sleeper" label are found in the draft every year. Players slide into Day 3 for any number of reasons, including but not limited to production at the college level, concerns about size/speed, character issues and a lack of versatility.
There's risk in taking any of these players. but many are also capable of they can blossoming into valued NFL contributors if they land in the right scheme.Here's a look at three tight ends that project as Day 3 picks and could prove more valuable than expected when it's all said and done.
Ohio State's Jake Stoneburner (Scouts Inc. grade: 54)
Yes, Stoneburner's production leaves a lot to be desired. To put it in perspective, Stanford TE Zach Ertz (88) caught more passes and finished with more receiving yards (69, 898) in 2012 than Stoneburner finished with (53, 714) in his four years at Ohio State.
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