7. TE Braden Galloway
Braden Galloway had to sit out the entire regular season last year serving a suspension, but he made a solid impact during the CFB Playoff.
Expect that to multiply this season.
If Galloway can prove his blocking ability to NFL scouts, he has the receiving skill and agility to become one of the most compete tight ends in the 2021 NFL Draft class- should he choose to declare.
Tight ends aren’t generally taken in the first-round, but if Galloway cements himself as the No. 1 overall TE prospect, he could get a look from one of the franchises late in the first-round.