Evan Engram Vs Hunter Henry - Dynasty ADP Duels

Following on from Part 1 (Dalvin Cook Vs Joe Mixon) and Part 2 (Chris Godwin Vs JuJu Smith-Schuster) of this new series, in Part 3 we will now be moving to the tight end position and taking a look at two guys who are currently just outside the top tier of TEs but could easily break in over the coming seasons ... Evan Engram (ADP:65 - TE5) Vs Hunter Henry (ADP:77 - TE7)!


Before we get started, here's a recap of each category we will be evaluating each player on...

  • Round 1 - Prospect - Taking a look at each player as they were entering the NFL.

  • Round 2 - Career so far - Comparing how each player's career has played out so far.

  • Round 3 - 2019 Results - Seeing how each player performed in 2019.

  • Final Round (Double Points) - Offense/Situation/Outlook - Evaluating each player's offense and how they will be involved to see who has the best outlook for 2020 and beyond. Double points as it's the one area, as dynasty owners, we most care about!

The player with the most points out of a possible 5 will be declared the winner!


Right... LET'S GET READY TO RUMBLE!...


FIGHT!!


 

Evan Engram Vs Hunter Henry


 

Round 1 - Prospect



Evan Engram

Engram spent 4 seasons with Ole Miss, playing a total of 41 games. Here are his final stats before declaring for the 2017 NFL Draft:

  • Receiving - 162/2320/15

He was a very athletic prospect when entering the draft. His measurables and percentiles (Vs tight ends) following on from his combine appearance were as follows:

  • 40 Yard Dash - 4.42s - 98%tile

  • Vertical Jump - 36" - 82%tile

  • Broad Jump - 125" - 94%tile

  • 3-Cone Drill - 6.92s - 88%tile

  • Bench Press - 19reps - 41%tile

Evan Engram ended up been drafted by the New York Giants in the 1st round (Pick 23) of the 2017 NFL Draft.


Hunter Henry

Following on from his 3 years spent with the Arkansas Razorbacks, Henry's final college stats:

  • Receiving - 116/1661/9

At the 2016 NFL Combine, Henry only did the Bench Press but proceeded to do other drills at his Pro Day. His measurables and percentiles are as follows:

  • 40 Yard Dash - 4.68s - 72%tile

  • Vertical Jump - 31.5" - 32%tile