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Toilolo isn't the most talented tight end available in this year's draft - that might be his former Stanford teammate Zach Ertz, a unanimous All-American. However, the La Mesa, Calif., native has plenty of upside. His height and the 31-inch vertical he showed off at the NFL combine are numbers most tight end prospects can't match. Toilolo needs to improve his strength - he recorded 17 reps on the bench press at the combine - but he's athletic, agile and a potentially dangerous weapon in red-zone situations. After not playing as a freshman and suffering a torn ACL in the first game of his sophomore season, Toilolo ranked second on the Cardinal behind current Colts tight end Coby Fleener (10) with six TDs as a junior. He averaged 16.4 yards per reception with four scores in 2012 in Stanford's two tight-end formation with Ertz. Toilolo doesn't separate well, and there has been talk about possibly converting him to an offensive tackle at the next level. There is also concern about him not being able to shed defenders when they get their hands into his chest. Toilolo has a chance to be the fourth member of his family to play in the NFL, following uncles Dan Saleaumua (DT), Edwin Mulitalo (G) and Joe Salave'a (DT).