Top Tight Ends in the Class of 2019

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As we continue our look at the top players by position, today we check on the tight ends. The top tight end, according to the composite rankings, is Hudson Henry of Pulaski Academy in Arkansas. Last season, Henry was third on the team in receptions with 72 for 984 yards and ten touchdowns for the Bruins who finished No. 53 in the High School Football America 100 after winning their fourth straight state championship.

Henry, who is the younger brother of Hunter Henry, who is a tight end with the Los Angeles Chargers, has named his Top 5 college choices — Arkansas, Clemnson, Penn State, Stanford, Wisconsin.

The No. 2 overall tight end is Austin Stogner of Prestonwood Christian in Texas, who has given his verbal to Oklahoma.

Last year, Stogner caught 41 balls for 459 yards and ten touchdowns.

Top Tight Ends Class of 2019

No. 1 Hudson Henry, TE – Pulaski Academy (Arkansas) – Uncommitted

No. 2 Austin Stogner, TE – Prestonwood Christian (Texas) – Oklahoma

No. 3 Keon Zipperer, TE – Lakeland (Florida) – Uncommitted

No. 4 Ryland Goede, TE – Kennesaw Mount (Georgia) – Georgia

No. 5 Isaiah Foskey, TE – De La Salle (California) – Uncommitted

No. 6 Grayson Boomer, TE – Collinsville (Oklahoma) – Oklahoma State

No. 7 Brayden Liebrock, TE – Chandler (Arizona) – Texas

No. 8 Baylor Cupp, TE – Brock (Texas) – Texas A&M

No. 9 Jude Wolfe, TE – St. John Bosco (California) – Uncommitted

No. 10 Ethan Rae, TE – Orange Lutheran (California) – Uncommitted

No. 11 Jahleel Billingsley, TE – Phillips Academy (Illinois) – Uncommitted

No. 12 Chris Hickman, TE – Burke (Nebraska) – Uncommitted

No. 13 Jackson Lowe, TE – Cartersville (Georgia) – Tennessee

No. 14 Patrick Herbert, TE – Sheldon (Oregon) – Oregon

No. 15 Jaelyn Lay, TE – Riverdale (Georgia) – Clemson

No. 16 Jalen Wydermyer, TE – Dickinson (Texas) – Uncommitted

No. 17 Tyler Fromm, TE – Warner Robins (Georgia) – Auburn

No. 18 Hayden Rucci, TE – Warwick (Pennsylvania) – Wisconsin

No. 19 Logan Lee, TE – Orion (Illinois) – Iowa

No. 20 Garmon Randolph, TE – Jefferson (Georgia) – Uncommitted

No. 21 Erick All, TE – Fairfield (Ohio) – Uncommitted

No. 22 Michael Martinez, TE – Mater Dei (California) – UCLA

No. 23 Larry Hodges, TE – Jesuit (Florida) – Miami (FL)

No. 24 Brenton Strange, TE – Parkersburg (West Virginia) – Uncommitted

No. 25 Nick Gallo, TE – Council Rock South (Pennsylvania) – Virginia Tech

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.

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