ESPN ranks Chase Coffman and Martin Rucker as all time Tight Ends


"Do people remember how good Coffman was? Gary Pinkel did a masterful job of utilizing his tight ends in his spread system, and nobody played that role better than Coffman. He won the John Mackey Award and consensus All-America honors in 2008 after recording 90 catches for 987 yards and 10 TDs. He put up 500-plus receiving yards in each of his other three seasons and caught at least one pass in 45 consecutive games. And by the time he was finished, Coffman set new Missouri school records for career catches (247) and TD catches (30), too."

Chase Coffman ranks #1 and Martin Rucker comes in at #4.

There's a reason Mizzou used to be known as "Tight End U".