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2007 Prospect Ranking tight ends 2007

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Rank Name Pos Location Stars Ht Wt School
#1Aron WhiteTE
Columbia, MORock Bridge

Teams with Logan Gray to form one of the best TE to QB pairs in the nation.

4 stars6'4"213Georgia
#2Aaron HernandezTE
Bristol, CTBristol Central

Can be used in a lot of ways in a passing offense.

4 stars6'4"235Florida
#3Mike RagoneTE
Cherry Hill, NJCamden Catholic

The most complete tight end prospect in the country.

4 stars6'4"221Notre Dame
#4Rob GronkowskiTE
Pittsburgh, PAWoodland Hills

Great size makes him a big target.

4 stars6'6"232Arizona
#5Nate ChandlerTE
San Diego, CAMira Mesa

The next great Bruin tight end?

4 stars6'5"225UCLA
#6Blaine IrbyTE
Ventura, CASt. Bonaventure

Owns one of the best-ever SPARQ results.

4 stars6'2"224Texas
#7Bailey WoodsTE
Marietta, GAWalton

Big, smooth athlete with tremendous upside.

4 stars6'4"240Auburn
#8Lansford WatsonTE
Brooklyn, NYLincoln

Will be a match-up nightmare in the passing game.

4 stars6'4"226Maryland
#9David WilliamsTE
Little Rock, ARCentral Arkansas Christian

Brings it hard on every play.

4 stars6'2"240Arkansas
#10Christian BallardTE
Lawrence, KSFree State

Could also play defensive or offensive line.

4 stars6'4"279Iowa
#11Devin MahinaTE
Upland, CAUpland

Will he go on a two year mission?

4 stars6'6"221BYU
#12Jordon CorbinTE
Lakeland, FLLakeland

Big target has above average athleticism and good hands.

4 stars6'5"235LSU
#13Chris IzbickiTE
Kirkland, WALake Washington

The top player in Washington.

4 stars6'4"240Washington
#14Grant FreemanTE
Paris, ARParis

At 6-foot-7, Freemen presents all kinds of match-up problems in the secondary.

4 stars6'7"243Arkansas
#15Devonte CampbellTE
Forestville, MDForestville High

Could also project at a number of other positions.

4 stars6'1"234Maryland
#16Ahmard HowardTE
Brenham, TXBrenham

Howard’s size keeps growing and so does his athleticism.

3 stars6'4"225Texas
#17Bruce FigginsTE
Columbus, GAShaw

Is a very skilled blocker.

3 stars6'4"238Georgia
#18Brent SlusherTE
Pineville, KYBell County

Jumbo athlete could play offense or defense.

3 stars6'3"221Auburn
#19Steve WatsonTE
Denver, COMullen

The leader on a great and loaded Mullen squad

3 stars6'4"235Michigan
#20Mitch JosephTE
New Iberia, LACatholic

Passes the eyeball test.

3 stars6'4"243LSU
#21Alex RussianTE
Round Rock, TXRound Rock

Russian was one of the best kept secrets in the Lone Star state.

3 stars6'4"231LSU
#22Andrew DevlinTE
Pittsburgh, PAMt. Lebanon

Caught 12 passes for 100 yards as a junior.

3 stars6'6"255Virginia
#23Rhett EllisonTE
Mountain View, CASt. Francis

Son of San Francisco 49er linebacker, Riki Ellison

3 stars6'5"230USC
#24Savai'i EseluTE
Honolulu, HIMoanalua

Solid hands and good blocking make him an attractive package

3 stars6'3"245California
#25Andrew SzczerbaTE
Wilmington, DESalesianum School

Hauled in 13 receptions for 254 yards and two touchdowns as a junior.

3 stars6'6"265Penn St.
#26Brandon BardenTE
Lincolnton, GALincoln County

Tremendous speed and size. Plays quarterback in high school.

3 stars6'5"211Virginia Tech
#27Danny ParkerTE
Rockville, MDGood Counsel

Earned honorable mention all-state as a junior in 2005.

3 stars6'4"228Duke
#28Chris DragerTE
Jefferson Hills, PAThomas Jefferson

Was an all-conference selection as both a sophomore and as a junior.

3 stars6'4"232Virginia Tech
#29Brian LinthicumTE
Charlottesville, VASt. Anne's-Belfield

Earned all-state honors as a tight end and defensive end as a junior.

3 stars6'4"217Clemson
#30George BryanTE
Wilmington, NCNew Hanover

Was named all-conference and all-area as a junior.

3 stars6'6"250N.C. State
#31Frank AveryTE
Galveston, TXBall

Basketball skills translate to the football field well.

3 stars6'5"230Texas A&M
#32Nick ProvoTE
Greenacres, FLJohn I. Leonard

Moved up the charts as a senior.

3 stars6'2"213Syracuse
#33Josh RooksTE
Holland, MIHolland Christian

Has great hands and good speed for tight end, but could grow into a OL

3 stars6'6"250Northwestern
#34Mark AmbroseTE
Mt. Carmel, PAMt. Carmel

Has played tight end, defensive end, wide receiver and running back.

3 stars6'6"225Virginia
#35Dante PinchbackTE
Irving, TX

Tight end or offensive tackle, Pinchback will be a Division I steal.

3 stars6'5"255Kansas St.
#36Zack PianaltoTE
Springdale, ARSpringdale

Was tremendous at Texas' football camp.

3 stars6'4"215N. Carolina
#37Matt BoyerTE
Berkeley Heights, NJGovernor Livingston

Earned first team all-county, conference, area and Group 2 as a junior.

3 stars6'4"265Princeton
#38Ian HarrisTE
San Antonio, TXChurchill

First-team all-district member has room to get even bigger and be a big receiving threat.

3 stars6'3"217Texas
#39Cameron JoplinTE
Ann Arbor, MIPioneer

Possesses some of the softest hands around

3 stars6'4"247Northwestern
#40Coby FleenerTE
Joliet, ILJoliet Catholic

Gotten bigger and so has his stock as a senior.

3 stars6'6"215Stanford
#41Ryan HillTE
Arvada, COArvada West

Should be a great threat in the Huskers' offense.

3 stars6'3"230Nebraska
#42David PaulsonTE
Auburn, WAAuburn Riverside

Impressed coaches with his spring and summer camp tour.

3 stars6'2"225Oregon
#43Colton McKeyTE
The Woodlands, TXThe Woodlands

Talented prospect from one of the Lone Star State's top programs.

3 stars6'6"215Purdue
#44Braden BrownTE
Salt Lake City, UTHighland

Another good get for the Cougars in-state, turned down Pac 10 offers

3 stars6'5"234BYU
#45Kyle HubbardTE
Lakewood, OHSt. Edward

Calls himself an Antonio Gates type tight end

3 stars6'3"220Pittsburgh
#46David RueTE
Monroe, LARichwood

Jumbo athlete has big upside and could go higher.

3 stars6'6"250Mississippi
#47Logan BrockTE
Copperas Cove, TXCopperas Cove

Copperas Cove has a lot of talent and Brock is a big reason why.

3 stars6'4"232TCU
#48John HughesTE
Gahanna, OHLincoln High School

Proved all year long that he's one of the best in Ohio.

3 stars6'2"260Cincinnati
#49Mat WilliamsTE
Fort Myers, FLRiverdale

Another Florida star that's good at a number of different things.

3 stars6'4"225South Carolina
#50Carl SommerTE
Wilsonville, ORWilsonville

Once was one of Oregon’s best kept secrets, now he’s a Beaver commit.

3 stars6'4"230Oregon St.
#51Harold TurnageTE
Houston, TXChavez

Stock really moved up as a senior.

3 stars6'3"260Texas A&M
#52Kody EmmertTE
Liberty Hill, TX

Became a big-time threat as a senior.

3 stars6'6"235Rice
#53Brandon LampkinTE
Tucker, GATucker

Tucker is home to some of the top talent in Georgia.

3 stars6'5"250Arkansas
#54Tyson PencerTE
Delta, BCSands

Washington State knows tight ends and Pencer is a steal for the Cougs.

3 stars6'6"227Washington St.
#55Lars AndersonTE
Winter Springs, FLWinter Springs

BC got in early and got a good one.

3 stars6'4"224Boston Coll.