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    2014 TEs: Stats and Bios

    Last Updated: 1/18/2015 8:58 PM ET
    Utilizing our unique, objective approach to player projections and development, PredictionMachine.com presents its 2014 NFL Draft content, including a Seven Round Mock Draft, Position-by-Position Reports, Statistical Breakdowns and Future Projections for all prospects in the 2014 NFL Draft. New this year and launching on April 17 will be the NFL Draft Machine for customizable mock drafts and comprehensive draft evaluation. All NFL Draft Content is FREE from PredictionMachine.com's Paul Bessire and John Ewing as well as NFL Draft Expert Matt Richner.

    Here, we present career data and biographical information for every 2014 NFL Draft tight end prospect. On March 20, Paul Bessire and Matt Richner will each unveil their comprehensive tight end prospect rankings and projections for the 2014 NFL Draft. While tight ends are originally ordered by stats for each table, all columns are sortable.

    Tight End Bios

    Player Height Weight School Career Games
    Jacob Pedersen 6'3" 242 Alabama 52
    C.J. Fiedorowicz 6'5" 262 Arkansas 51
    Alex Bayer 6'4" 258 Auburn 51
    Trey Burton 6'2" 226 Boston College 50
    Ted Bosler 6'5" 248 Cincinnati 50
    Chris Coyle 6'2" 235 Clemson 50
    Brian Wozniak 6'3" 256 Colorado 45
    D.J. Tialavea 6'4" 260 Connecticut 44
    Asante Cleveland 6'4" 262 Florida 40
    Rob Blanchflower 6'3" 260 Idaho State 38
    Jordan Najvar 6'5" 262 LSU 38
    Gator Hoskins 6'1" 244 Maryland 38
    Asa Watson 6'2" 231 Michigan State 38
    Austin Seferian-Jenkins 6'6" 266 Nebraska 38
    Reggie Jordan 6'3" 235 Nebraska 37
    Gabe Holmes 6'5" 245 Nevada 37
    Crockett Gillmore 6'5" 253 New Mexico 37
    Arthur Lynch 6'4" 258 Notre Dame 37
    Marcel Jensen 6'5" 264 Ohio State 36
    Xavier Grimble 6'5" 250 Rice 35
    Kaneakua Friel 6'4" 263 Rice 35
    Eric Ebron 6'4" 231 Rutgers 35
    Richard Rodgers 6'4" 245 San Diego State 34
    Gabe Linehan 6'3" 245 San Jose State 34
    Jeord Monk 6'4" 280 Stanford 33
    Jace Amaro 6'5" 255 Stanford 32
    A.C. Leonard 6'4" 245 Tennessee 31
    Jake Murphy 6'4" 252 UCLA 29
    Colt Lyerla 6'5" 246 Virginia 27
    Troy Niklas 6'6" 270 Western Kentucky 26
    Nic Jacobs 6'5" 260 Virginia 22
    Anthony Denham 6'4" 222 Western Kentucky 22
    Joseph Duncan 6'4" 270 Virginia 20
    Blake Jackson 6'3" 238 Western Kentucky 18

    Tight End Career Stats

    Player Recs. Rec. Yds YPR TDs
    Joseph Duncan 135 1,994 14.8 22
    Austin Seferian-Jenkins 146 1,840 12.6 21
    Jace Amaro 138 1,818 13.2 13
    Eric Ebron 112 1,805 16.1 8
    Alex Bayer 115 1,543 13.4 10
    Jacob Pedersen 104 1,394 13.4 17
    Ted Bosler 117 1,337 11.4 15
    Gator Hoskins 99 1,318 13.3 28
    Crockett Gillmore 111 1,308 11.8 8
    A.C. Leonard 93 1,273 13.7 11
    Chris Coyle 92 1,192 13.0 9
    Rob Blanchflower 109 1,164 10.7 8
    Trey Burton 107 976 9.1 4
    Arthur Lynch 56 907 16.2 8
    C.J. Fiedorowicz 91 899 9.9 10
    Richard Rodgers 59 896 15.2 2
    Jake Murphy 63 830 13.2 10
    Xavier Grimble 69 730 10.6 11
    Marcel Jensen 48 708 14.8 8
    Blake Jackson 35 696 19.9 5
    Reggie Jordan 52 679 13.1 17
    Troy Niklas 37 573 15.5 6
    Colt Lyerla 34 565 16.6 11
    Nic Jacobs 37 511 13.8 4
    Kaneakua Friel 48 491 10.2 7
    Anthony Denham 35 426 12.2 2
    Gabe Linehan 32 395 12.3 6
    Gabe Holmes 46 374 8.1 3
    Asa Watson 34 351 10.3 7
    Jordan Najvar 35 311 8.9 4
    Jeord Monk 20 233 11.7 4
    D.J. Tialavea 30 198 6.6 5
    Asante Cleveland 14 151 10.8 1
    Brian Wozniak 15 127 8.5 4
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