Updated: TE Rankings (updated 7/2)

Updated 6/29

  1. Rob Gronkowski – NE
  2. Greg Olsen – CAR
  3. Travis Kelce – KC
  4. Jimmy Graham – NO
  5. Martellus Bennett – CHI
  6. Delanie Walker – TEN
  7. Dwayne Allen – IND
  8. Julius Thomas – JAC
  9. Jason Witten – DAL
  10. Jordan Cameron – MIA
  11. Zach Ertz – PHI
  12. Owen Daniels – DEN
  13. Heath Miller – PIT
  14. Antonio Gates – SD
  15. Kyle Rudolph – MIN
  16. Jordan Reed – WAS
  17. Tyler Eifert – CIN
  18. Austin Sefarian-Jenkins
  19. Josh Hill – NO
  20. Larry Donnell – NYG
  21. Maxx Williams – BAL
  22. LeDarius Green – SD
  23. Coby Fleener – IND
  24. Vernon Davis – SF
  25. Charles Clay – BUF
  26. Jared Cook – STL
  27. Richard Rogers – GB
  28. Jace Amaro – NYJ
  29. Mychal Rivera – OAK
  30. Eric Ebron – DET
  31. Scott Chandler – NE
  32. Andrew Quarless – GB
  33. Ladarius Green – SD
  34. Jacob Tamme – ATL
  35. Dion Sims – MIA
  36. Virgil Green – DEN

3 Up

Jordan Cameron – MIA – At times in Cleveland, Cameron looked like an elite pass catching TE until injuries and inconsistent QB play derailed his season last year. Arguably an upgrade over Charles Clay, Cameron could find himself pushing the top 5 in TE fantasy points by the end of the season.

Austin Sefarian-Jenkins – TB – For those who drafted him a little early last year assuming his freak athletesism would overcome the dismal offense in Tampa Bay, there is probably a little skeptisism left after a disappointing year. Add a QB that can make the throws, and Jenkins looks poised to have the breakout year many expected of him last year.

Andrew Quarless – GB – Despite being often ranked behind teammate Richard Rogers, all the buzz out of mini camps is that the offense will likely end up using Quarless as their number 1 TE, and he has the hands and skills to be a middle of the pack fantasy TE in the high powered GB offense. He says all the right things and Aaron Rodgers has beemed, expect him to leap over Richard Rogers before the season starts, but will likely be an afterthought in your drafts.

3 Down

Josh Hill – NO – I feel bad piling on a TE that hasn’t even had a chance to take the field as his teams starting TE, but the buzz is almost all bad going into fantasy drafts, and the chances he’ll produce at levels close to Jimmy Graham are zero. Don’t over bid on player who is likely going to let down fantasy owners and make way for Ben Watson on the field.

Eric Ebron – DET – A player many lauded as the replacement for the much maligned Brandon Pettigrew, Ebron did nothing to prove his supports right last year, and hasn’t done much this year to change my expectations. Detroit will likely continue to force the football to Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate and balance it out of the backfield with super rookie Ameer Abdullah. Use caution when drafting Ebron.

Jordan Reed – WSH – Reed has the physical tools to be a top 10 TE, but his health isn’t there, and the roster features another capable TE in Niles Paul. Expect both TE’s to line up on the field together and neither will create much of a cushion between the other in terms of fantasy production. In case of injuries, one or the other could be a late, and I mean LATE round sleeper.

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