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Austin Seferian-Jenkins

Tight end | Washington

The 6-foot-6, 275-pound Austin Seferian-Jenkins has proved to be one of the scariest mismatches in college football. He was second-team all-league last year -- but only because he played in the same conference as Zach Ertz. Still, his 69 catches, 852 yards and seven touchdowns were impressive enough to earn him a spot as a Mackey Award finalist. And through the regular season in 2012, he had more receptions per game than any other tight end. A preseason finger injury might slow him down, and there is still potential for some additional discipline stemming from a March arrest on suspicion of DUI. Once that is sorted out, count on ASJ to again be in the conversation for the nation's top tight end. -- Kevin Gemmell

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