In response to mbeaulieu07's comment:
Wow, another TE... I remember us discussing Hoomanawanui back in the 2010 class that landed Gronk/Hern, remember we had discussed NE taking Gronk/Hern early, then Hoomanawanui late... as a blocking TE... which is what had excelled at.
If NE is looking for another young TE, this could be the class... it's stacked with size and legit talent (likely the most talent potential that I can ever remember for a TE class) with Eifert being a legit flex/matchup nightmare option in the mold of Gronk... kid can play anywhere on the field... was used down by the goal line on sat on the simple corner route/jump ball... they actually ran the same play twice in a row and the DB could do nothing about it.
Jake Stoneburner- 6-5 240- Ohio State
Joseph Fauria- 6-7 252- UCLA
Philip Lutzenkirchen- 6-4 250- Auburn
Michael Williams- 6-5 272- Alabama
Ben Cotton- 6-6 255- Nebraska
*Tyler Eifert- 6-5 250- ND
*CJ Fiedorowicz- 6-6 265- Iowa
*Levine Toilolo- 6-7 263- Stanford
*Zach Ertz- 6-6 250- Stanford
havent seen much cf so hadnt logged on the thread... didn tknow you had such good copnvos going already... and right in my comfort zone.
I would fall out of my chair if some how the Pats drafted C.J. Fiedorowicz, he will be the best TE in the country if Iowa can get their O going. He's a beast.
On another note, have you guys seen Dallas Thomas from Tenn? He was a LT that moved inside (LG) for his senior season. He doesn't project to be a LT in the pros but he's a hell of an OG and should be able to play RT.