The term "spread offensive attack" means "tight end often forgotten" in Swahili...at least that's what I've been told. Thus it's understandable why tight ends have taken on bit roles across the college football landscape. However because most, if not all, college fantasy football lineups still require the big fella with a high number, the value of a top-flight tight end has increased considerably. Thus finding those sleeper/keeper tight ends becomes paramount.
The list of players below is much shorter than our other sleeper/keeper rosters. However what's strange is with this little supply there also seems to be light demand. Sure, on a weekly basis it may be hard to distinguish a good from a decent tight end. However when you lose out on the playoffs by a mere five points you'll find yourself wishing you had "burned" an earlier pick on a big guy.