The TE Model Predicts the Stars and Busts of the 2019 Rookie Class

Credit: Keith Gillett/Icon Sportswire Pictured: T.J. Hockenson

 

Last year I billed the tight end model as a secret weapon for dynasty rookie drafts, and it didn't disappoint. The 2018 model results successfully picked out Chris Herndon as the biggest sleeper, and predicted that Mark Andrews was the Baltimore TE to own, not first-round pick Hayden Hurst.

We're back again with the model results for the 2019 class, and it's found three valuable late-round sleepers, as well as a pair of highly drafted TEs that look like they could be busts.

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