When it comes to drafting tight ends, fantasy football owners are normally very patient after Jimmy Graham and Rob Gronkowski come off the board. In some cases, they are too patient, and end up undervaluing certain players at this position.
This fourth in a four-part series aims to help fantasy owners by identifying players who are undervalued, which in this case covers the four tight ends who fall into this category. These players are being taken later in drafts -- as determined by ESPN.com's average draft position (ADP) -- than they should be based on my analysis. They range from week-to-week starters getting back to former production levels to two up-and-coming tight ends who could be future fantasy football stars.
Here are my four most undervalued fantasy tight ends: