Even though I think in a normal, deep draft.....I think Eifert's a top 25 pick....this draft happens to be weird and not under the norm where its plausible Eifert could go in the top ten. With just Jeff Cumberland as our lone NFL-caliber(And that might be debatable) tight end on the roster, its clear the Jets will need one, and quite possibly early in the draft. The question is though....do you take the one who many consider as the best of his position in the draft with one of the two first rounders? Are you scared by the past of Jets TE failures(Which you shouldn't but alas)? Is Eifert worth it to you? Me personally, I'd entertain the thought at 9 but would have a green light for 13 for sure. To me, Eifert plays like Texans TE Owen Daniels....but only a 6'6 version(And hopefully healthier)....I came away really impressed with what Eifert can do after seeing pretty much all of his collegiate games as an Irish fan. He's not an excellent blocker but its a far cry from what he was after the 2011 season to what he is now and I'd say he is average but may only get better. He has fluidity and plays like a WR only in a TE's body, strives to get YAC, has been as good of a leader and citizen/player for the Irish. Some say his production went down but two things are the reason.... 1) He became the vocal point of the offense and Floyd wasn't there to make defenses honest & 2) Worked with a freshman QB in Golson who is a run first QB mainly so there were hiccups just by that alone. I don't think Eifert will be a HOFer in waiting or be what Gronkowski or Graham are....but that doesn't mean he can't be in that 2nd tier of TEs. I don't think he can ever be your 1st go to weapon in an offense but as a top 3 weapon on offense(Counting RB)? Absolutely. I come off way more impressed with what I saw from Eiffert than what I ever saw from Keller when he was at Purdue personally and I don't think he can be as soft was Keller was.