TE Ethan Wolf
Another player with a lot of SEC game experience, Wolf enters his fourth year as a starter for Tennessee after coming in as a highly-sought after recruit out of Ohio. At 6-foot-6, 245 pounds, he absolutely looks the part of an NFL tight end, but his production has been sporadic. He’s come and gone as a big part of the offense, but when he’s a focal point, he’s had some big plays for Tennessee.
Even with a pedestrian senior season, NFL teams will want to kick the tires on a player of his size and potential, but he really needs a breakout season in 2017 to move up in the 2018 draft. NFLDraftScout.com currently ranks him as the 11th best player at his position.