**UPDATED 1/20**

1) Dwayne Allen, Clemson

Dwayne Allen very easily could end up the first tight end taken in the draft. He has a ton of potential and will test well at the combine, but I just wonder if he will be capable of putting up the numbers that some tight ends have put up in the NFL as of late.

2) Coby Fleener, Stanford

I think Fleener is more a product of Andrew Luck in relation to being a great prospect. That definitely isn't a bad terrible thing for him, but I personally might go other ways. 

3) Orson Charles, Georgia

Charles hasn't exploded statistically in college, but he is a mismatch waiting to happen if he gets into a high powered offense.

4) Michael Egnew, Missouri

Egnew is great for Missouri's short passing attack, but he was used almost like a short down back more than a great passing tight end. 

5) Ladarius Green, Louisiana-Lafayette

Statistically it is hard to not love Green, but some have questioned his weight. In all reality he might be drafted as a receiver if he runs a fast enough 40-time.