2014 Senior TE’s To Eye

By PFC Draft Lead Philip Arnold (@PhilipArnold20)

Look into the top 2014 NFL Draft Senior TE prospects. Keep an eye on these guys senior seasons’ this year as they could be some of the top 2014 NFL Draft prospects come this time next year. An official ranking will be coming soon but these are the senior TE’s to keep an eye on during the 2013-14 College Football Season.

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  • C.J. Fiedorowicz Iowa; 45 Receptions, 433 Yards, 1 TD, 9.6 YPC. Honorable Mention All-Big 10 selection.  Was second on the Hawkeyes in receptions and third in yardage in 2012. Will be the Hawkeyes number one target in 2013. 6-7 265 lbs.
  • Arthur Lynch Georgia; 24 Receptions, 431 Yards, 3 TD’s, 18 YPC. Third team All-SEC selection. Appeared in all 14 games for the Bulldogs and ranks in the top 10 of returning tight ends of 2012 yardage. 6-5 254 lbs.
  • Jacob Pederson Wisconsin; 27 Receptions, 355 Yards, 4 TD’s, 13.1 YPC. First team All-Big 10 selection. Was named the Big 10′s Tight End of the year.  6-4 142 lbs.
  • Kaneakua Friel BYU; 30 Receptions, 308 Yards, 5 TD’s, 10.8 YPC. His five TD’s ranked him second on BYU. His yardage and reception numbers were fourth on BYU in 2012. 6-5 250 lbs.
  • Chris Coyle Arizona State; 57 Receptions, 696 Yards, 5 TD’s, 12.2 YPC. Led Arizona State in receptions and yardage. His 10 receptions against Illinois was an ASU record by a Tight End for receptions in a game. His 4.4 RPG was third among the nations tight ends.  6-3 222 lbs.
  • Asa Watson North Carolina State; 24 Receptions, 282 Yards, 1 TD, 11.8 YPC. 6-3 237 lbs.
  • Blake Jackson Oklahoma State; 30 Receptions, 598 Yards, 3 TD’s, 19.9 YPC. His 19.9 YPC led the Cowboys in 2012. in 2012 had 12 receptions for longer than 20 yards. Was third on Oklahoma State in Yardage and receptions. 6-3 235 lbs.
  • Crockett Gillmore Colorado State; 19 Receptions, 263 Yards, 2 TD’s, 13.8 YPC. Second team All-Mountain West selection. 6-6 245 lbs.
  • Gator Hoskins Marshall; 35 Receptions, 374 Yards, 10 TD’s, 10.7 YPC. Second Team All-Conference USA selection. His 10 TD’s were a nation leading among tight ends. 6-2 240 lbs.
  • Ted Bolser Indiana; 41 Receptions, 445 Yards, 3 TD’s, 10.9 YPC. Honorable Mention All-Big 10 selection. His receptions and receiving yardage ranked third all time for a Hoosier Tight End in a single season. Was the second tight end in the Big 10 in receptions and third in yardage. 6-6 254 lbs.
  • Beckett Wales Syracuse; 35 Receptions, 389 Yards, 2 TD’s, 11.1 YPC. Wales 35 receptions in 2012 is ranks him second on Syracuse’s single season receptions by a Tight End. 6-3 230 lbs.
  • Gabe Holmes Purdue; 25 Receptions, 158 Yards, 2 TD’s, 6.3 YPC. 6-5 247 lbs.
  • Gabe Linehan Boise State; 1 Reception 23 Yards. 6-4 238 lbs.
  • Jordan Najvar Baylor; 10 Receptions 80 Yards, 2 TD’s. 6-6 260 lbs.
  • Kevin Haplea Florida State; 3 Receptions, 15 Yards, 1 TD. 6-4 252 lbs.
  • Nehemiah Hicks Texas A&M; 7 Receptions, 60 Yards, 8.6 YPC. 6-4 238 lbs.
  • Nexon Dorvilus Florida Atlantic; 30 Receptions, 301 Yards, 5 TD’s, 10 YPC. 6-4 230 lbs.
  • Ryan Hubbell Louisville; 14 Receptions, 239 Yards, 2 TD’s, 17.1 YPC. 6-5 232 lbs.
  • Zane Fakes Ball State; 57 Receptions, 461 Yards, 5 TD’s, 8.1 YPC. First Team All-MAC selection. 6-3 237 lbs.

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Philip Arnold is the lead NFL Draft writer for Pro Football Central. He works on year round scouting and reports of the top NFL Draft prospects. Phil can be contacted on twitter- @Philip_PFC or through email- Philip@Profootballcentral.com

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