The 2015 NFL Draft has a supposed weak tight end class, especially after last year, when there were prospects like Eric Ebron, Jace Amaro and Troy Niklas.
At the NFL Scouring Combine, the tight ends ran their 40-yard dash. This year, there is a lack of elite speed. Remember how Rob Housler ran a a 4.46 back when he was at the Combine. Seattle's Luke Willson ran a 4.47.
But on Friday, there were no great 40 times. Southern Illinois' Mycole Pruitt had the fastest time at 4.58.
Here are the results of the runs:
|Rory Anderson||South Carolina||6'5||244|
|E.J. Bibbs||Iowa State||6'2||258|
|Cameron Clear||Texas A&M||6'53||277||4.98|
|Jeff Heuerman||Ohio State||6'5||254|
|Jesse James||Penn State||6'7||261||4.83|
|Ben Koyack||Notre Dame||6'5||255|
|Nick O'Leary||Florida State||6'32||252||4.93|
|Mycole Pruitt||Southern Illinois||6'22||251||4.58|
|Wes Saxton||Southern Alabama||6'33||248||4.65|
|Randall Telfer||Southern Cal||6'55||250|
|Clive Walford||Miami (FL)||6'4||251||4.79|