Posted on June 4, 2022
This year’s Pac-12 tight end group is really strong up top, led by two stellar Utah players, and then really dives off after that.
Expect to see more emerge as all-conference caliber players as 2022 goes on, but this is where we will start.
1. Brant Kuithe, Senior, Utah
He’s been one of the Pac-12’s best tight ends for years and I’m a bit surprised he came back for an extra season.
One of the most dynamic players in the Conference and has more than 100 receptions, 1,600 yards, and has scored nearly 20 touchdowns in his career.
2. Dalton Kincaid, Senior, Utah
The San Diego transfer was incredible in 2021. He finished with more than 500 yards and scored eight touchdowns.
3. Benjamin Yurosek, Junior, Stanford
Yurosek broke out in a huge way in 2021 with more than 600 yards and three touchdowns in 2021. He looks like the next stellar Stanford tight end.
4. Brady Russell, Senior, Colorado
He has been a consistent pass catcher for the Buffs throughout his career with more than 50 receptions and more than 600 yards with three touchdowns since 2018.
5. Luke Musgrave, Junior, Oregon State
He emerged as a standout tight end for the Beavers in 2021, finishing with more than 300 yards and scoring a touchdown.
6. Devin Culp, Junior, Washington
Culp started to show a bit of what he can do in 2021, with more than 200 yards and a touchdown and he should do more as the go-to guy for the Huskies with Cade Otton gone to the NFL