We are now officially less than one week away from the 2021 NFL Draft. Most of the conversation to date has centered around the quarterbacks, but the best overall player coming out of college this year might be a tight end. Florida's Kyle Pitts has been drawing rave reviews from just about everyone this draft season. One NFL coach says that Pitts is the 'best tight end that I've ever evaluated by far.' Jerry Jones is reportedly 'infatuated' with Pitts, but it's difficult to imagine that he'd still be on the board when Dallas selects at No. 10. Teams around the league are under the impression that Atlanta will take Pitts with the fourth pick. That would make the 20-year-old Florida product the highest-drafted TE in league history.
Which brings us to today's quiz of the day. Throughout NFL history, a tight end has put up 1,000 or more receiving yards in a single season 50 times, and if the Falcons take Pitts, they will, no doubt, expect him to join that list. So with that in mind, how many of the 50 can you name in five minutes?