Nick Eubanks – Tight End – Michigan
Eubanks is one of the newer generations of tight ends who is used as a receiver more than he is inline (something the Dallas Cowboys are quite familiar with). He sees zones well and sits in them using soft hands to make catches. He enters his route with a sudden movement and gets to where he needs to well. He adjusts well to the ball in the air and uses his size to make contested catches across the middle and in the end zone.
Eubanks is not going to offer much in terms of blocking on the line right now. For as sudden as he is going into the route, that suddenness will drop off as the route continues. He tends to be a one-contact receiver who does break a ton of tackles and explode out. For as soft as his hands are there are times it looks like he fights the ball which looks fixable, but still noticeable.
Eubanks offers a lot to like in terms of receiving with his size and ability. Until he improves his blocking he is not an every-down tight end, but if he can play special teams could have a role in some situations.