Tyler Eifert won the John Mackey award as college’s best tight end and is a versatile tight end capable of lining up in line, split out or even as a slot receiver. He has great hands, adjusts to the ball, and can get downfield. He may not get you many yards after a catch but he’ll catch the balls thrown to him and is willing to work the middle of the field.
Eifert struggles to gain separation, he uses his height to his advantage. His blocking has improved but that is still a work in progress. Overall he’s one of the top tight ends in the draft class.
In dynasty drafts he’s worth a first round pick for any team needing a tight end but he is just as likely a second round pick due to the depth at wide receiver this year.