In this week’s RSP Cast, Matt Waldman shares some superlatives about this 2019 tight end class that has a chance of rivaling the 2013 and 2010 classes.
The 2019 tight end class could be the most talented I’ve studied–and evaluated the 2013 and 2010 classes that included the likes of Travis Kelce, Zach Ertz, Tyler Eifert, Rob Gronkowski, Aaron Hernandez, and Dennis Pitta. The 2019 class is potentially special because these prospects are versatile and refined for their stage of development.
In this week’s RSP Cast, I discuss several tight ends with specific superlatives in mind:
- The most likely to succeed immediately in a passing offense.
- The tight end among the top tiers who still has the most potential for growth.
- The prospect with the greatest overall potential for growth.
- The two tight ends with specific starter skills but incomplete games.
- The best bargain at the position.
- The biggest sleeper.
You can hear it all in this 40-minute podcast below.
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