Denver Broncos: Three draft prospects to watch at positions of need

NORMAN, OK - OCTOBER 28: Tight end Mark Andrews
NORMAN, OK - OCTOBER 28: Tight end Mark Andrews /
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Tight End

Mark Andrews, Oklahoma (Senior)

Mark Andrews may be the most dynamic playmaker at the tight end position in all of college football right now. With seven touchdowns in each of his first two seasons at Oklahoma, Andrews has taken things to another level in 2017 and has four touchdowns already this season along with over 17 yards per reception.

This guy is the definition of a mismatch at the position, checking in at 6-foot-5 and nearly 255 pounds. That type of size and athleticism don’t come around often, and Andrews can be used both in-line and wide as a receiver.

Dallas Goedert, South Dakota State (Senior)

Former walk-on at South Dakota State has worked hard to earn his standing among the top tight ends in the class of 2018.

Many consider Goedert already to be the top tight end in the class, and he has earned comparisons to Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs. He was recently invited to the Senior Bowl, where he will undeniably have more to gain than almost any prospect in attendance.

Adam Breneman, UMass (Senior)

Adam Breneman spent a couple of years at Penn State before ultimately transferring to UMass, where he has become one of the top playmakers at the tight end position in the country.

So far this season, Breneman has the most receptions among tight ends in college football, and the least amount of dropped passes.

Because of his efficiency catching the football, Breneman was named a midseason All-American recently by Pro Football Focus. This guy catches everything thrown his way.