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With Andrew Luck - the likely No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft - throwing to him, Fleener led all FBS tight ends with 10 touchdowns receiving in being named first-team All-Pac-12 and third-team All-America in his senior season at Stanford. He also finished sixth among players at his position with 667 yards receiving despite making only 34 catches, which in turn gave him the top average for tight ends at 19.6 yards per reception. A big target, Fleener is viewed by some as the best tight end available in the draft and is projected to be selected late in the first round or early in the second. He has excelled in the red zone, using his frame to go up and get the ball, and is a solid route runner. And despite his size, he can get separation and get behind defenders to make plays deep down the field. Fleener improved as a run blocker in his senior season but still needs to work on that part of his game to succeed in a pro-style offense. At the NFL combine, Fleener finished tied for second among tight ends with 27 reps in the bench press but failed to land in the top 10 in any of the other workouts.