Top 10 2017 Tight Ends in the West Pre-Eval Period

Mar. 22 -- Scout takes a look at the top ten tight ends in the West in the 2017 class before the spring evaluation period...

1. Colby Parkinson, Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian

The top tight end in the West wasted no time in jumping on the offer from Stanford, committing to them within days of their offer.

2. Hunter Bryant, Sammamish (Wash.) Eastside Catholic

Bryant is one of the best pass-catchers in the West, regardless of position and hometown Washington is making a big push.

3. Josh Falo, Sacramento (Calif.) Inderkum

Another one of the best pure pass-catching tight ends in this class, Falo is smooth in his routes and has nearly 20 offers.

4. Tyler Johnson, Gilbert (Ariz.) Highland

One of the top skill prospects in Arizona, Johnson has double-digit offers from around the country.

5. Jimmy Jaggers, Roseville (Calif.)

Jaggers may be the most physical tight end and best blocker at the position in the region but is also a good receiver.

6. Taariq Johnson, Buena Park (Calif.)

A receiver by trade, Johnson has blossomed into a tight end type as he continues to grow but runs and catches like a receiver.

7. Tucker Fisk, Davis (Calif.)

The son of a former Stanford and NFL defensive lineman, Tucker is a big and physical presence at tight end who's got tremendous upside.

8. Moses Robinson-Carr, Antelope Valley (Calif.)

Another big-bodied tight end from the West, Robinson-Carr is another physical presence at the position who can catch the ball.

9. Sire Woods, La Mirada (Calif.)

A key part of the La Mirada state championship squad, Woods is another prospect who can catch the ball well but doesn't hesitate to block.

10. Erik Krommenhoek, Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista

Yet another top tight end prospect from Northern California, Krommenhoek is a well-rounded tight end.

-National Recruiting Analyst Greg Biggins and Director of Recruiting Brandon Huffman compiled these rankings.

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