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    2013 TEs: Stats and Bios

    Last Updated: 10/14/2014 10:06 AM ET

    Utilizing our unique, objective approach to player projections and development, PredictionMachine.com presents its 2013 NFL Draft content, including a Mock Draft, Position-by-Position Reports, Statistical Breakdowns and Future Projections for all prospects in the 2013 NFL Draft. Content is FREE from PredictionMachine.com's Paul Bessire and Jonn Ewing as well as NFL Draft Expert Matt Richner.

    Here, we present career and 2012 data and biographical information for every 2013 NFL Draft tight end prospect. On March 12, Paul Bessire and Matt Richner will each unveil their comprehensive tight end prospect rankings and projections for the 2013 NFL Draft. While tight ends are originally ordered by stats for each table, all columns are sortable.

    Player Height Weight School 2012 Games Career Games
    Michael Williams 6'6"  270 Alabama 14 55
    Chris Gragg 6'3"  235 Arkansas 5 43
    Philip Lutzenkirchen 6'4"  255 Auburn 6 44
    Chris Pantale 6'5" 254 Boston College 8 46
    Travis Kelce 6'6" 249 Cincinnati 13 35
    Brandon Ford 6'4"  235 Clemson 13 44
    Nick Kasa 6'6" 260 Colorado 12 39
    Ryan Griffin 6'6" 247 Connecticut 12 48
    Jordan Reed 6'3"  241 Florida 13 35
    Joshua Hill 6'5" 235 Idaho State 11 44
    Chase Clement 6'5" 265 LSU 13 53
    Matt Furstenburg 6'3" 244 Maryland 12 49
    Dion Sims 6'5"  276 Michigan State 12 39
    Ben Cotton 6'5"  257 Nebraska 14 52
    Kyler Reed 6'3" 225 Nebraska 14 51
    Zachary Sudfeld 6'7" 250 Nevada 13 15
    Lucas Reed 6'6"  246 New Mexico 13 48
    Tyler Eifert 6'6"  250 Notre Dame 13 38
    Jake Stoneburner 6'4" 241 Ohio State 12 48
    Vance Mcdonald 6'5"  255 Rice 13 42
    Luke Willson 6'6" 252 Rice 11 45
    D.C. Jefferson 6'6" 266 Rutgers 13 50
    Gavin Escobar 6'5"  255 San Diego State 13 39
    Ryan Otten 6'6" 240 San Jose State 13 42
    Zach Ertz 6'6"  249 Stanford 13 37
    Levine Toilolo 6'8"  263 Stanford 14 30
    Mychal Rivera 6'" 239 Tennessee 12 37
    Joseph Fauria 6'6"  255 UCLA 14 40
    Colter Phillips 6'5" 249 Virginia 12 46
    John Doyle 6'5" 250 Western Kentucky 13 42

    Tight Ends 2012 Stats

    Player Recs. Rec. Yds YPR TDs
    Zach Ertz 69 898 13.0 6
    Ryan Otten 47 742 15.8 4
    Travis Kelce 45 722 16.0 8
    Joseph Fauria 46 637 13.8 12
    Joshua Hill 70 630 9.0 5
    Zachary Sudfeld 45 598 13.3 8
    John Doyle 53 566 10.7 5
    Mychal Rivera 36 562 15.6 5
    Jordan Reed 45 559 12.4 3
    Gavin Escobar 42 543 12.9 6
    Ryan Griffin 29 484 16.7 6
    Brandon Ford 40 480 12.0 8
    Dion Sims 36 475 13.2 2
    Vance Mcdonald 35 458 13.1 2
    Levine Toilolo 24 393 16.4 4
    Kyler Reed 24 357 14.9 2
    Tyler Eifert 27 352 13.0 2
    Nick Kasa 25 291 11.6 3
    Chris Gragg 22 289 13.1 3
    Jake Stoneburner 16 269 16.8 4
    Ben Cotton 18 239 13.3 2
    Matt Furstenburg 16 206 12.9 2
    Chris Pantale 21 189 9.0 2
    Michael Williams 24 183 7.6 4
    D.c. Jefferson 20 168 8.4 1
    Philip Lutzenkirchen 15 139 9.3 0
    Luke Willson 9 126 14.0 2
    Chase Clement 5 51 10.2 0
    Colter Phillips 8 47 5.9 0
    Lucas Reed 5 37 7.4 0

    Tight End Career Stats

    Player Recs. Rec. Yds YPR TDs
    Tyler Eifert 140 1,840 13.1 11
    John Doyle 162 1,769 10.9 8
    Ryan Otten 126 1,760 14.0 12
    Gavin Escobar 122 1,646 13.5 17
    Vance Mcdonald 119 1,504 12.6 15
    Ryan Griffin 116 1,500 12.9 10
    Zach Ertz 112 1,434 12.8 15
    Joshua Hill 143 1,270 8.9 9
    Joseph Fauria 88 1,139 12.9 20
    Kyler Reed 67 1,063 15.9 11
    Mychal Rivera 76 1,018 13.4 6
    Chris Gragg 72 1,003 13.9 7
    Chris Pantale 98 986 10.1 7
    Luke Willson 78 986 12.6 9
    Lucas Reed 77 949 12.3 6
    Jordan Reed 79 945 12.0 6
    Travis Kelce 59 875 14.8 10
    Matt Furstenburg 60 769 12.8 5
    Levine Toilolo 50 763 15.3 10
    Brandon Ford 65 728 11.2 12
    Jake Stoneburner 53 714 13.5 13
    Dion Sims 59 707 12.0 8
    Philip Lutzenkirchen 59 628 10.6 14
    Zachary Sudfeld 47 608 12.9 8
    D.C. Jefferson 47 560 11.9 2
    Ben Cotton 40 505 12.6 3
    Michael Williams 51 503 9.9 7
    Nick Kasa 26 399 15.3 3
    Colter Phillips 34 251 7.4 3
    Chase Clement 14 189 13.5 1

     

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