Gerald Everett

2017 Season Outlook

Everett will certainly have an adjustment to make, going from South Alabama to the NFL. A Jordan Reed clone, Everett was handpicked by Sean McVay and company to fill a similar role to the one McVay carved out for Reed in his offense in Washington. His biggest competition comes from second year pro, Tyler Higbee, but given their very different skill sets, there's a strong chance they wind up playing quite a bit together in two tight end sets. Everett's ceiling may ultimately be higher, but as a receiver-first move tight end he has less margin for error than a player like Higbee.