• Travis Tyler

2022 TE Draft Prospects

Traditionally, tight ends were slightly more athletic linemen trusted to block on the edge, As the game has evolved, the position has become more critical to successful passing attacks. In recent years. we've seen guys like Travis Kelce, George Kittle, Zach Ertz, TJ Hockenson, and others become major contributors for their respective teams. These guys were all drafted in different rounds, which shows you can find value anywhere.


This year's group of tight ends does not have a clear-cut first-round prospect, but it is a deep class with plenty of talent in the mid-rounds. Here is how I see the tight ends group in the 2022 NFL Draft class.


Tier 1: Top Talents

Trey McBride, Colorado State


Tier 2: Day 2

Isaiah Likely, Coastal Carolina

Jeremy Ruckert, Ohio State

Jake Ferguson, Wisconsin

Charlie Kolar, Iowa State


Tier 3: Room For Growth

Greg Dulcich, UCLA

Cole Turner, Nevada

Jelani Woods, Virginia

Cade Otton, Washington

Chigoziem Okwonkwo, Maryland

Travis Koontz, Texas Tech

Cole Fotheringham, Utah

Jalen Wydermyer, Texas A&M (stock falling but more than a developmental player)


Tier 4: Developmental

Daniel Bellinger, San Diego State

Chase Allen, Iowa Srare

Teagan Quitoriano, Oregon State

Lucas Krull, Pittsburgh

Derrick Deese Jr, San Jose State

Peyton Hendershot, Indiana

Austin Allen, Nebraska

Joshua Babicz, North Dakota State

James Mitchell, Virginia Tech


Tier 5: Round 7/UDFA

Trae Barry, Boston College

Jamal Pettigrew, McNeese State

Nick Muse, South Carolina

Daniel Imatorbhbhe, Kansas State

Thomas Odukoya, Eastern Michigan

Andrew Ogletree, Youngstown State

Sean Dykes, Memphis

Zaire Mitchell-Paden, FAU

Curtis Hodges, Arizona State

Jake Hescock, UCF

Garrett Walston, North Carolina

Isaac Schley, Sam Houston State

John Mitchell, FAU

Quentin Chaplin, NC Central

John Howland, Yale



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