Let's not talk about the household names.
I'll kick it off with the tight ends. We may have a unique situation here with three potential first rounders for 2014, at least on my list.
Colt Lyerla, Oregon - This junior could easily be a high 1st round guy. A top recruit with great athleticism, he had 25 receptions and 392 yards (15.2 avg) for Oregon lat season. He scored 6 touchdowns. I anticipate a big year for him. He needs to bulk up a bit (6'5" 240lb), but should be the best TE prospect in years. He also lined up at RB and ran the ball 13 times for 77 yards.
CJ Fiedorowicz, Iowa - Some think this senior might be the next Gronk, and definitely looks the part. He can block, run routes, and has good athleticism and hands. Had 45 receptions last season. 6'7 265lb.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington - A great athlete for the position. He also plays for the hoops team. I'm not sure how his blocking is. The 6'6" 266lb incoming junior already has the school receiving records for a TE. He had 69 receptions last season for 850 yards and 7 TDs as a sophomore and very good production as a freshman. (Or is it "first-year student" in Washington now?) He was arrested for DUI in March. Hopefully, it's behind him.
Jace Amaro, Texas Tech - Don't know a lot about him. A top HS recruit with good size, athleticism, and receiving skills. Off field issues.