For the final part in the series, we look at the Tight Ends of the 2010 class.
Jermaine Gresham — Cincinnati
Gresham lands in a QB friendly spot. The only problem is the Bengals have not used the TE much in the offense in Carson Palmer’s tenure. It may take him some time adjusting and looking for the TE more downfield. Gresham does have a lot of potential based on his opportunity to start right away. He has top 15 potential once Palmer starts to get him the ball.
Tony Moeaki — Kansas City Chiefs
Moeaki basically has no one of importance in front of him from a fantasy perspective on the Chief depth chart. He should be somewhat of a contributor right away. Moeaki is basically a bye-week filler only for fantasy purposes.
Rob Gronkowski/Aaron Hernandez — New England Patriots
I lump the two of them together because they both have starting TE talent. One would think that Gronkowski has the edge going in since he was drafted higher. Belichick though will go with the most productive player in the end. I personally feel Gronkowski wins this battle.
Ed Dickson/Dennis Pitta — Baltimore Ravens
These two will fight it out for the future TE position once Todd Heap moves on. Until that happens I wouldn’t foresee either of them making much of a fantasy impact. I feel Dennis Pitta will come out on top in this battle.