Enter Arkansas' 6'5" Junior tight end , Hunter Henry. Although tight end's are not usually selected as early and often in the NFL draft as other positions, if a team can own an exceptional tight end, their offence can be lethal. Henry is currently the highest tight end on virtually every big board in the nation, he could vault into the first round depending on a team's needs. He is the 2015 John Mackey award winner for being college football's best tight end. With the NCAA Division 1 being home to over 300 teams, that honor is high.
With this draft being rather big man dominant, a weapon like Henry on the offensive side of the ball is appealing to general managers this year. Watch for him to potentially sneak into the first round on Thursday night.