The 2012 NFL Draft offers an average tight end class.
This year, there are tight ends who can catch and block, and there are even some tweeners that are big enough to play tight end or play an H-Back type role.
Some receivers in college who aren't particularly fast enough to play receiver in the NFL are also making the move to tight end. The NFL had an explosion of production in the 2011 season with Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham having huge years.
Tight end is still one of the most underrated positions in football, and it shouldn't be. Not only do they have to catch passes, but they also run and pass block, making them a big key to an offenses success.
Here are my top 10 tight ends in the 2012 NFL Draft.