An unnamed NFL executive has come out and slammed the 2014 NFL Draft's Tight-end class claiming some previous years players to be better and belittling the playing ability of some of this years names.
Most notably, the biggest name at Tight-end, North Carolina's Eric Ebron has taken the front of the criticism with the executive claiming that: "He's OK. He's completely overrated,
"And don't ask him to block anybody, because he's not going to do it."
Ebron is largely expected to be picked up by the Buffalo Bills as the 9th overall pick in the draft which begins in 38 days.
Others have also predicted him going to the New York Giants as the 12th pick overall and some have even predicted him being drafted by the Baltimore Ravens at No. 17 overall.
With 20 Tight-ends projected to be taken in this years draft, many people still feel that it is a weak positional class.
And who is to say they're wrong? Only two men are projected to go in the first round and even then, one of them wouldn't be a surprise to see go in the second round.
So now we take a look at the top five prospects in the 2014 NFL Draft.