Many mock drafts suggest Kyle Pitts could become the first tight end in the Super Bowl era to be selected with a top-4 pick. Currently there’s been only one to go in the top 5 – when the Broncos selected Riley Odoms 5th in 1972. In the last 20 years, who are the only two tight ends who’ve been chosen 6th overall?


Vernon Davis and Kellen Winslow. The Browns chose Winslow in 2004, and the 49ers selected Davis two years later.