Garrett Graham: 6'3" 235 lbs., Third Round Pick
Pros: Graham is an amazingly smooth athlete. He catches the ball very well and is a very natural athlete. Graham has great versatility for the NFL. Many scouts love him as H-Back similar to Chris Cooley.
Graham was the featured target for Wisconsin the past two seasons and put up pretty big numbers for a run-first school. Graham impressed many scouts during the Senior Bowl, and many thought he had the best hands.
Cons: Graham weighed in much smaller than he was advertised—listed at 250 lbs., came in at 234 lbs. This is some concern for some teams, who thought of Graham as a true tight end. He is a reliable blocker but not someone that will overpower you.
Our Take: Garrett Graham has a good chance to be a starting tight end in the NFL. He most likely will not be a No. 2 blocking tight end because of his small size, but he has the versatility to line up in the slot, backfield, or at tight end.
Graham will only rise on draft boards during the combine. There, he will get to show off his great athleticism and terrific hands.