Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
At 6'8'', 265 pounds, Levine Toilolo is a beast of a man. He was the backup to Zach Ertz last season, and skipped his senior season at Stanford to enter this year's draft.
He caught 24 passes for 393 yards and four touchdowns as a backup, which are pretty impressive numbers for a guy who was second-string to one of the best tight ends in the country.
Loilolo has the size to be an absolute monster on the field, but he needs to improve on his blocking skills. Whether it's his footwork or his other intangibles, Loilolo must put up a solid performance in the combine to show he can ball with the rest of the tight ends.
The role of the tight end has evolved over the last decade and has become an invaluable position in the NFL.
Loilolo is projected to be taken between the third and fifth round, but can improve that stock by impressing teams in Indianapolis.