The 2022 class lacks a pinnacle player like Kyle Pitts. None of these players will be drafted in the top 5. I don’t expect any of these guys to sign 30-million-dollar contracts, either. The 2022 class does offer a group of auspicious players though. I plan to target 1-3 players from this group as I build my roster. Here’s how I stack them up.Please, blog, may I have some more?
I have previously outlined some important college stats that help project NFL success here. In short, similar to wide receivers, a high market share is a good indicator of future fantasy relevance. However, tight ends do not have to reach the same level of market share dominance with 15% being a fine number.
Other things that are important are career yards over 1200, low forty times and weight adjusted speed scores over 107. Unfortunately at this stage in their development, we don’t know true forty times for these tight ends.
I have used age-adjusted production to identify promising candidates and will refine the rankings as we get more information leading up to the 2021 NFL draft. This is the initial devy list, but follow along as players rise and fall and new targets breakout during the 2020 season!Please, blog, may I have some more?