Dwayne Allen is clearly entrenched in as my No. 2 tight end in the 2012 NFL draft behind Coby Fleener. Of course the issues in regards to Orson Charles helped the Clemson product out a great deal, but he does possess the talent to be a really good player at the next level.
This is a relatively weak draft class as it relates to the tight end position and is extremely top heavy. You are probably looking at a total of just four players here that have the capability of starting in the National Football League.
Dwayne Allen is one of them.
This article is going to focus on five strengths and weaknesses as they relate to Dwayne Allen and his possible success in the NFL.