We continue grading out the small school prospects, this time looking at tight ends and receivers.  The tight end class offers little and took a hit when Jeannot of New Hampshire was sidelined with what could be a career ending issue.  Receiver is better, headlined by a pair of Appalachian State prospects.

Tight End

Round Full Name School Yr Comments
FALamont BryantMorgan State5SrAthletic tight end prospect with nice size and movement skills. Struggled with injury last season yet a sleep or at the position with an upside.
FARob BlanchflowerMassachusetts3SoDeveloping tight end with nice size and the ability.
FAEmil IgwenaguMassachusetts5SrRelatively athletic tight end that’s a reliable pass catcher and shows skill blocking in motion.
FASean McGrathHenderson State5SrEastern Illinois transfer that’s shown a lot of skill and steady progress in his game.
FAAlex GottliebWilliam & Mary4SrHard working prospect with marginal athleticism and limited upside.
FAMatt VeldmanNorth Dakota St5SrBlocking tight end with a nice size.
FAChris JeannotNew Hampshire5SrSolid pass catcher that gives effort blocking. Sidelined this season with post-concussion syndrome which may end his career.

Wide Receiver

Round Full Name School Yr Comments
4-5Brian QuickAppalachian St4SrTall, imposing target that can be a dominant receiver. Uses his size as an advantage, keeps the play in bounds and possesses reliable hands. Minimal burst and speed yet a potential third or possibly second wide out in the NFL.
6thDe’Andre PresleyAppalachian St4SrCollege quarterback that projects to wide receiver or safety at the next level. Quick, athletic and plays smart football. Possesses a live arm and easily drives the ball downfield yet must improve his overall pass placement.
6thNorman WhiteVillanova4SrTall strong possession receiver that plays big. Goes up in a crowd and wins out in battles. Effective blocker.
7-FAChris SummersLiberty5SrKing sized receiver that has the ability to dominate the opposition. Lacks naturally soft hands and does not always play a tough brand of football.
FAAaron MelletteElon4JrBig, strong possession receiver with an upside but also an unpolished game.
FABrandon BostickNewberry5SrAthletic small school receiver with outstanding size/speed numbers. May eventually develop into a move tight end.
FAThomas MayoCal-Pa4SrUltra-productive receiver building a buzz for himself in scouting circles.
FACordell RobersonStephen F. Austin3Jr
FAB.J. HaysLiberty5SrSlippery pass catcher with solid hands and ability running after the reception.
FAKevin ElliottFlorida A&M5SrLarge, strong target with an unpolished game.
FAJermaine SaffoldMissouri State5Sr
FABrenton BersinWofford4SrFluid receiver with reliable hands. Lacks speed and overall quickness yet could make it as a fifth man on the depth chart.
FADevin GodaSlippery Rock5Sr
FAPaul CoxMississippi Valley St4Sr
FALaQuinton EvansSouthern4Sr
FABrandon CollinsSoutheastern Louisiana5SrFormer Texas wide out with reliable hands yet very average size and speed.
FABrandyn ReedSacramento State5SrOne time a promising receiver trying to return from the ankle injury which kept him on the sidelines last year.
FAMarcus JacksonLamar4Sr
FAMarquis SandersGardner Webb5Sr
FAAlexander Tounkara-KoneBrown4Sr
FADavid CrawfordWagner4SrNice sized possession receiver that does not consistently play to his level of ability.
FADarnell JacksonNorth Alabama4Sr
FABritten GoldenWest Texas A&M5Sr
FAWillie CarterHoward4Sr
FATim BenfordTennessee Tech4SrDependable pass catcher that makes the difficult reception down the field. Average size/speed numbers for the next level.
FATirrell RennieNorthern Iowa4Sr
FAKevin HardyCitadel4Sr
FADale MossSouth Dakota State5SrFormer collegiate basketball player that makes the move to the gridiron this season. Developmental prospect that’s shown some skill in the early going.
FAJamaul BoswellCoastal Carolina4SrBig bodied possession receiver that’s struggled with injury lately.