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    2016 TEs: Stats

    Last Updated: 5/1/2016 1:00 PM ET
    Utilizing our unique, objective approach to player projections and development, PredictionMachine.com presents its 2016 NFL Draft content, including a Seven Round Mock Draft, Position-by-Position Reports, Statistical Breakdowns, Future Projections for all prospects in the 2016 NFL Draft and the NFL Draft Machine for customizable mock drafts and comprehensive draft evaluation. All NFL Draft Content is FREE from PredictionMachine.com's Paul Bessire as well as NFL Draft Expert Matt Richner.

    Here, we present career data and biographical information for every 2016 NFL Draft tight end prospect. On March 8, Paul Bessire and Matt Richner will each unveil their comprehensive tight end prospect rankings and projections for the 2016 NFL Draft.

    Tight End Bios

    Player School Career Games
    J.P. Holtz Pittsburgh 52
    Ryan Malleck Virginia Tech 52
    Darion Griswold Arkansas State 50
    Matt Weiser Buffalo 48
    Ben McCord Central Michigan 48
    Sean Price South Florida 47
    Steven Scheu Vanderbilt 47
    Joshua Perkins Washington 47
    Kivon Cartwright Colorado State 46
    Henry Krieger Coble Iowa 46
    Temarrick Hemingway South Carolina State 45
    David Morgan UTSA 42
    Tyler Higbee Western Kentucky 38
    Tanner McEvoy Wisconsin 38
    Jake McGee Florida 36
    Kyle Carter Penn State 36
    Hunter Henry Arkansas 35
    Bryce Williams East Carolina 32
    David Grinnage North Carolina State 31
    Nick Vannett Ohio State 31
    Jerell Adams South Carolina 31
    Austin Hooper Stanford 26
    Ben Braunecker Harvard 25
    Beau Sandland Montana State 24
    Cam Serigne Wake Forest 12

    TE Career Data

    Player Recs. Rec. Yds TDs
    Hunter Henry 116 1,661 14.3 9
    Ben Braunecker 68 1,168 17.2 10
    Jake McGee 112 1,150 10.3 11
    Kivon Cartwright 75 1,136 15.1 11
    David Morgan 85 1,104 13.0 8
    Matt Weiser 92 1,080 11.7 8
    Temarrick Hemingway 93 1,056 11.4 7
    Tyler Higbee 68 1,054 15.5 14
    Bryce Williams 96 1,045 10.9 13
    Jerell Adams 66 977 14.8 7
    Kyle Carter 84 963 11.5 4
    Austin Hooper 74 937 12.7 8
    J.P. Holtz 81 931 11.5 11
    Steven Scheu 82 924 11.3 7
    Joshua Perkins 66 911 13.8 9
    Sean Price 76 907 11.9 6
    Darion Griswold 65 892 13.7 9
    Ben McCord 65 879 13.5 9
    David Grinnage 66 779 11.8 9
    Beau Sandland 46 726 15.8 10
    Ryan Malleck 62 658 10.6 4
    Nick Vannett 55 585 10.6 6
    Cam Serigne 54 531 9.8 5
    Henry Krieger Coble 42 463 11.0 4
    Tanner McEvoy 17 132 7.8 2
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