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Weak TE class has one-dimensional options

Dwayne Allen (Joshua S. Kelly/USP)

The Vikings' signing of John Carlson may have been in response to an upcoming weak tight end class in the draft. There are some options in the middle and late rounds, but many of them are either one-dimensional or will require patience.

With the tight end position evolving, this report will examine just the players who will remain at the traditional position. For H-Back, slot receiver and fullback hybrids, I will be analyzing those players in a category called "Super-back." As you will see in the ratings, the tight end draft class is sorely lacking in quality, especially for teams looking for big, physical, dominating...

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