Off Day podcast: Which WRs, TEs make sense for Patriots in NFL Draft?

April 07, 2020 - 12:40 pm

The NFL Draft is fast approaching and two intriguing positions from a Patriots perspective are wide receiver and tight end.

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Wide receiver is a very deep class, while tight end isn't great at all, but it is one of the biggest needs the Patriots have.

On the latest Off Day podcast, Andy Hart and Ryan Hannable broke down these positions and gave some names the Patriots could target.

At wide receiver, it seems likely they will wait until the middle rounds to take one given the value and a player Hart likes a lot is K.J. Hamler out of Penn State, while Hannable like Tee Higgins from Clemson.

There likely will not be a tight end selected in the first round, but the guys like Adam Trautman out of Dayton and actually prefer him over Cole Kmet out of Notre Dame. One player Patriots fans will keep tabs on is Thaddeus Moss, Randy Moss' son, but Hart believes he would not fit with the Patriots.

Listen to the podcast to get their complete thoughts.

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