Is there a rookie tight end with not-so-great talent but in a good situation?
Kahale Warring's college tape doesn't project to the level of T.J. Hockenson, Irv Smith, or Noah Fant, but he did land in a potentially ideal situation. The Texans have used a revolving door of mediocre tight ends for years, and DeShaun Watson could use a trusted chain-mover in the middle of the field. Warring will face competition from Jordan Akins and Jordan Thomas in training camp, but there are red zone targets and touchdowns aplenty for Warring if he earns a full-time role.
Josh Oliver is a small school talent but projects as a pure receiving tight end with no real competition for targets and snaps in Jacksonville. Kahale Warring is a tantalizing offensive talent but raw. Ryan Griffin has been released and his main competition for snaps is also young and with arguably lower ceilings in 2018 draft picks Jordan Thomas and Jordan Akins. Either they love Warring or aren't totally sold on Thomas/Akins or some of both, but you like any player who could be a top target for Deshaun Watson, which is possible when you consider the injury history of his #2 and #3 receivers.
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