Isaiah Searight, TE, Fordham
Searight is a pretty average skilled tight end who is not very fast or athletic, but is good enough in enough areas to be a depth player. At 6’3 and 250 pounds, Searight uses that large frame to be an ample blocker who has good bend and can be relied on in protection more often than not.
Searight is a decent pass catcher but does not make the tough catches like an NFL tight end should. As a three year contributor and two year starter at Fordham, Searight totaled 1,112 yards and 10 touchdowns over his career.
Nathan Trewyn, C, Wisconsin-Whitewater
Another small school player who had a great career and is almost entirely overlooked by most. Nathan Trewyn was a center at Wisconsin-Whitewater who was very vocal at the line of scrimmage and does not shy to call out what he sees.
Like most small school lineman Trewyn is very aggressive and plays with a mean attitude and is relentless. A downfall of that constant aggression leads to occasional poor hand placement which leads to him being on his back. If Trewyn can find more bend and balance in the trenches he may find a career as a backup interior lineman.