Adam Breneman, TE, Massachusetts

Breneman was a huge recruit who went to Penn State at the time the Nittany Lions were getting leveled by NCAA sanctions. Injuries held him back in Happy Valley and he decided to give up football completely after the 2015 season — and then changed his mind. He joined the Minutemen last August, admittedly not in the best of shape, and ended up with 70 catches for 808 yards and eight touchdowns. Breneman at his best could be the top tight end in the country.

Above: Massachusetts tight end Adam Breneman (81) catches a pass against South Carolina linebacker T.J. Holloman (11) during the second half of an NCAA college football game in Columbia, S.C., on Oct. 22, 2016. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford, File)

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