- Kyle Pitts, Florida
- Pat Freiermuth, Penn State
The potential of the 2021 NFL Draft class at tight end is tremendous, but there are a lot of guys who probably need at least one more season before they can solidify their NFL Draft stock.
There are, as always, a couple of exceptions.
I think the two primary exceptions here are Florida’s Kyle Pitts and Penn State’s Pat Freiermuth.
Pitts is a fascinating player to watch with the ability to play and experience in-line, flexed out, and pretty much everywhere else in the Florida offense. He’s a player who can truly line up anywhere in your offense and make plays.
Freiermuth is a different type of athlete, but highly productive and in a similar boat in terms of his positional flexibility within an offense.
Both of these guys seem like pretty sure bets for the NFL as far as their instant translatability.