Austin Seferian-Jenkins - TE - Washington - 6'6'' 266lbs. - Projected 40 = 4.7-4.9
"Broad-shouldered, long-armed mismatch in the passing game with rare body control and soft hands for a man of his size. Good initial quickness off the snap and possesses very long arms and strong hands to get a clean release off the line of scrimmage.
Reliable route-runner. Finds holes in the defense and settles, presenting a massive target to his quarterback. Catches the ball with defenders in close proximity due to his size advantage, as well as concentration and toughness to hang on while absorbing a hit. Impressive flexibility and body control for a man of his size. Adjusts well to the ball, showing the range to leap high or bend low, exhibiting an impressive catch radius. Smooth accelerator with at least fair top-end speed.
Imposing ballcarrier with the ball in his hands, capable of running through arm-tackles. Improved significantly as a blocker in 2013, showing greater strength and aggression as the Huskies featured others in a new high-octane spread offense.
Displayed humility and accountability by serving one-day sentence in jail and speaking to youth (along with the arresting officer, and a mother of a high school-aged student killed in a DUI-related accident) about the dangers of alcohol after pleading guilty to a DUI rather than pleading out and taking a lesser sentence."
C.J. Fiedorowicz - TE - Iowa - 6'6" 265lbs. - Projected 40 = 4.7-4.9
"Good versatility, showing the ability to come off a down block to get past defenders as a receiver. Good body control and soft hands for such a large man, traits that have led Washington junior Austin Seferian-Jenkins to earn a lot of attention as a possible first-round pick. Fiedorowicz isn't as flashy as ASJ, but he's just as big and fast in a straight-line and is a much more physical and attentive blocker."
While all of our reactions may to be to go for the flashiest TE, the play making TE, it's important to remember the system PC will be placing him in, and what job he will be expected to do. Which for the main part is blocking. And considering most people are of the opinion that Zach Miller will be let go because he isn't worth the money next year, I don't really see PC/JS labeling the TE position as 1st round material. Luke Wilson is up and coming, Davis does a good job blocking, so I am not really sure they reach and go for ASJ. CJ seems like a solid alternative a round or two later.