2004 Tight End Rankings

Kellen Winslow Jr. is the obvious top choice among tight ends, but TFY Draft Preview predicts four more will go on the draft's first day and ranks a total of 43 tight ends. If the Vikings lose Jim Kleinsasser in free agency, you can bet they will be scouting the top draft-eligible tight ends hard.

 

2004 Tight End Rankings

 
Rank Round Full Name School Year
1 1A Kellen Winslow Jr Miami-Fl 3Jr
2 2A Ben Troupe Florida 4Sr
3 2A Ben Watson Georgia 5Sr
4 3A Kris Wilson Pittsburgh 5Sr
5 3C Chris Cooley Utah State 4Sr
6 4B Sean Ryan Boston College 5Sr
7 4C Ronnie Ghent Louisville 5Sr
8 5B Courtney Anderson San Jose State 5Sr
9 4C Ben Utecht Minnesota 4Sr
10 5B Jeff Dugan Maryland 5Sr
11 5B Matt Kranchik Penn State 5Sr
12 6A Tim Euhus Oregon State 5Sr
13 6A Jason Peters Arkansas 4Jr
14 7B Michael Gaines Central Florida 5Sr
15 FA Ben Hartsock Ohio State 5Sr
16 FA John Foschi Georgia Tech 4Sr
17 FA Chris Coleman x-Alabama State 5Sr
18 FA Kyle Acker Salisbury State 4Sr
19 FA Jason Rader Marshall 5Sr
20 FA Keith Willis Virginia Tech 5Sr
21 FA Nate Lawrie Yale 4Sr
22 FA Tory Johnson West Virginia 5Sr
23 FA Jonathan Pritchett Houston 6Sr
24 FA Richard Owens Louisville 5Sr
25 FA Sean McHugh Penn State 4Sr
26 FA Bobby Blizzard North Carolina 5Sr
27 FA Terrell Browden Southern Mississippi 4Sr
28 FA Kevin Zureki Eastern Michigan 4Sr
29 FA Casey Cramer Dartmouth 4Sr
30 FA Travon Magee Kansas State 4Sr
31 FA Mike Brake Akron 5Sr
32 FA Beau Fullerton Tennessee Tech 5Sr
33 FA Thomas Hill Kansas State 5Sr
34 FA Eric Edwards LSU 5Sr
35 FA Matt Brandt Miami-Oh 5Sr
36 FA Alec Greco Fresno State 5Sr
37 FA Alex Holmes USC 4Sr
38 FA Alex Davis New Mexico State 5Sr
39 FA Nick Eller Eastern Illinois 5Sr
40 FA Aaron Lumpkin Mississippi State 5Sr
41 FA Quinn Sypniewski Colorado 4Sr
42 FA Nick Getter Vanderbilt 5Sr
43 FA J.D. McCoy Missouri 4Sr

 


Viking Update Top Stories