Tight Ends: Rob Gronkowski and Austian Seferian-Jenkins
This is an area that Jon Robinson does not struggle in. Rob Gronkowski may end up being the best tight end in NFL history and honestly it would take a catastrophic drop off for him to not be one of the most dominant players in the last 15 years.
Not to be outdone, Robinson then went on to draft one of the most physically impressive tight ends in the last few drafts in ASF. While injuries have caused his progress to slow, he is still a mismatch that will be a key part of that offense for the next five or eight years.
Now, there was another tight end he draft that was amazing: Aaron Hernandez. The talent was identified correctly, but no team in the NFL knew what was going on behind the scenes there. It isn’t necessarily a plus or minus but it should be noted.