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Tyler Eifert ran away with the Combine. He's the consensus number one tight end off the board at this point, and it may even come before the Falcons get a chance to pick.
While Zach Ertz may have hurt his stock a little and Vance McDonald raised his a bit, no one benefited more from running and hefting things than Chris Gragg.
The Arkansas product missed all but five games in his senior season thanks to a knee injury, and his history of production in college is not stellar. When you look like a potentially injury prone project at tight end, you need to have the strongest workouts possible.
Gragg helped his case by putting on the fastest tight end 40 at the Combine, a blistering 4.50. The athleticism coming off a major injury is impressive, and Gragg has the hands to be a nice receiving tight end in the pros. He'll need work as a blocker and he has some drop questions, but he's going to be drafted on day three and the team doing so might be able to mold him into a viable starter or platoon option. If the Falcons don't get one of the top few tight ends, Gragg's a nice option.
Or we could just draft Jake Stoneburner, because c'mon that name rocks.