JCFootball.com: Top Tight Ends

Today, JCFootball.com takes a look at a handful of the top tight end prospects in the country and how they've fared so far this season. Keep checking back as we continue to add names to the list in the coming weeks and months...

Scottsdale TE Blake Jackson - Jackson has done nothing but show why he is the top JUCO tight end prospect this year, leading Scottsdale with 21 receptions for 351 yards and five touchdowns in five games.


Fort Scott TE Brannon Green - Green has looked good so far, posting eight receptions for 120 yards so far this season and because of his solid blocking skills, the Greyhounds are averaging 137 yards rushing per game.


L.A. Harbor TE Jacob Avery - While Avery hasn't put up huge numbers so far this year catching the ball – nine receptions for 96 yards – but he has helped the Seahawks average 237 yards on the ground with his underrated blocking skills.


Butte TE Jacob Corbaley - Butte's offense has been outstanding in their 3-0 start and Corbaly, along with C.J. Carson, is a big reason why with his outstanding athleticism and blocking skills. Corbaly has also shown to be a solid red zone target hauling in two touchdowns.


Pima TE Corey Meyers - Meyers is a big, athletic tight end prospect with sure hands. He has used those traits to post six receptions for 64 yards and touchdown in four games.


Allan Hancock TE Stephen Buring - The Bulldogs are off to a 4-0 start and Buring has been integral, hauling in six receptions for 97 yards while also helping the offense average nearly 410 yards of offense per game including 229 yards rushing per game.


Mt. San Jacinto TE Perris Scoggins - While he isn't putting up huge numbers, when Scoggins catches the ball, a big play usually ensues as he's hauled in six receptions for 178 yards and one touchdown.


Navarro TE Josh Anding - At 6'4", 250 pounds, Anding is a physically imposing prospect both in the passing game and as a blocker in the running game. Anding hasn't put up big numbers catching the ball, but he's helped Navarro's offense average over 400 yards per game and a 4-0 record.


Iowa Western TE Ryan Hubbell - Hubbell is athletic and has soft hands. So far, in five games, Hubbell has posted six receptions for 78 yards and two scores, helping to lead the Reivers to a 5-0 record while their offense is averaging over 500 yards per game including 273 yards on the ground per contest.


Butler TE Neil Shortell - Shortell and Heath Train have combined for six catches for 62 yards and one score, but both are relied upon as blockers in the Grizzlies attack.


Lackawana TE Thomas Burk - At 6'1", 260 pounds, Burk might be a better fit at fullback at the next level, but wherever he ends up, he's an underrated receiver with outstanding blocking skills. So far, playing in three games, Burk has posted five receptions for 139 yards and two touchdowns for the Falcons.


Glendale TE Jesse Milleson - In five games, Milleson has been a real weapon in Glendale's offensive attack, hauling in nine receptions for 121 yards and two touchdowns.


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