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With Tyler Eifert missing the rest of the 2018 season with another season ending injury, it’s time to draft an heir apparent.
- Dawson Knox- The Ole Miss rebel is an explosive pass catcher with run after the catch skills. He has flexible hips to sink and dip in/out of his routes. Knox knows how to track and adjust to passes down field. A workout warrior that should test well this weekend.
- Kaden Smith- Smith is more of an in-line tight end with pro run game concepts. He’s a dual threat tight end because he can be effective in the run game and kick out linebackers. Smith can work the middle of the field and find soft spots in zone coverage. He catches the ball solid away from his frame. He is a later round prospect with potential as long-term starter.
- ·Isaac Nauta- The Georgia Bulldog has good game speed to stress linebackers and safeties all over the formation. He understands spacing and gains separation from defenders in tight quarters. Nauta will rip the ball out of the air and offers good potential in run after catch situations.
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