Virginia Tech Tight End Ratings In The Pro Football Focus Era

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Virginia Tech’s Dalton Keene has already been drafted, and James Mitchell likely will be drafted in the future. (Ivan Morozov)

Generally speaking, I’ve felt that the grades given by Pro Football Focus to Virginia Tech players have matched the eye test over the years.  For example, guys like Christian Darrisaw, Khalil Herbert and Caleb Farley all dominated on the field to the untrained eye, and their grades on PFF reflected their on-field production.

I’ve found that across all positions, the PFF grades generally match up with my eye test.  However, there is one exception, and that is tight end.  PFF grades for Hokie tight ends through the years not only seem off, but they seem off by a pretty large margin.

Here are the numbers…

2020James Mitchell73.5