Chicago Bears: 5 Tight Ends to watch at NFL combine

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1. Devin Asiasi, UCLA, 6’3″, 257 pounds

Devin Asiasi is a transfer from Michigan to UCLA. Between his year at Michigan and his transition to UCLA. Asiasi has flown under the radar most of his carer. 2019 saw a breakout as he took over the starting tight end job and gained draft buzz.

Asiasi has the size and is a fierce blocker. He is one of the more established run blockers in the group. He also is very physical with the ball in his hands. When he gets going downhill, he is like a snowball gaining steam.

He was used in the passing game at times but never showed an ability to stretch the field from that position. He is more of an in-line blocker who can also get out and catch the ball near the line of scrimmage.

Scouts will want to see what his athletic upside brings and if he can bring more to the table.