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There was no consensus on who the second best tight end in the 2024 draft class was, but the answer for many people was Sinnott. Athleticism is king when it comes to tight ends, and Sinnott posted a 9.49 RAS, which is in the 99th percentile amongst tight prospects over the last 35 years. His counting stats aren't overwhelming, but his 676 receiving yards and six touchdowns led all pass catchers at Kansas State in 2023. We aren't drafting him redraft because we expect Zach Ertz to begin the season as the starter, but Ertz is at the tail end of his career. We're drafting Sinnott as the second tight end in rookie drafts, as early as Round 3.

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  • Commanders' Ben Sinnott: Goes to Washington

    The Commanders selected Sinnott in the second round of the 2024 NFL Draft, 53rd overall. Even with the Zach Ertz addition, tight end was a glaring need in Washington. Sinnott is the second tight end off the board, and rightfully so. He was one of the top producers at his position in his final year at Kansas State with 49 catches for 676 yards and six touchdowns on 76 targets. In fact, that made him the Wildcats' leading receiver by nearly 100 yards. The production put him on the draft radar, but his combine performance made him a legit second-round prospect. Sinnott runs a 4.68 40 with top percentile scores in his jumps and in the cone drill. That blend of production and athleticism will get him on the field in the nation's capital sooner rather than later, especially with only Ertz standing in his way.
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