Ebron is a tight end with ideal size (6’4”, 245lbs) and excellent speed (4.60 40yd dash). He also had good production on a team with shaky quarterback play (62 for 973yds and 3 TDs). Ebron is an extremely talented athlete that can make big plays with his feet and is difficult to tackle. A very versatile player, he can line up next to the O-line, in the slot, or on the perimeter. He plays similarly to 49ers TE Vernon Davis, although Ebron needs to work on his hands (a few too many drops) to reach that comparison. That being said, Ebron is still an incredibly gifted player. He was able to dominate any and every defense that he played in college. He has no issues catching the ball running in traffic, or going up to catch the ball at the highest point. Ebron’s blocking is average, but not bad for a pass-catching tight end. He would give Tom Brady an extremely effective weapon in the passing game to complement the often-injured Rob Gronkowski. That combination would be a matchup nightmare for any defense. Although he was projected to be picked by the Patriots in some early mock drafts, Ebron is unlikely to be unavailable when the Patriots pick. His meteoric post-season stock rise would force New England to move up into the mid to late teens to grab him.
Pro Comparison: Vernon Davis, San Francisco 49ers