This year's draft class features a bumper crop of tight ends (The Associated Press)

College football’s spread offenses continue to produce pro players who aren’t quite ready for the NFL: quarterbacks who lack the foundational footwork, tackles who need remedial training on blocking basics. Tight ends are another story. “This is the 1983 quarterback class of tight ends,” said Cecil Lammey, NFL draft analyst at 104.3 The Fan in Denver.