Most people consider tight end to be a “onesie” position, similar to quarterback. You take one guy and hope he hits, and if he gets hurt or doesn’t work out, you then take a tight end from waivers. However, you can take that tight end at any point in the draft. I have always preferred to either grab a top-tier tight end or wait until the end and grab a high-upside guy. I generally consider the middle of the draft to be a “dead-zone,” where I always prefer to take running back or wide receiver as compared to available tight ends. Take a look at the below tables for what I considered to be the tight end landscape going into 2019.
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