Is Miami the ACC’s deepest team at tight end?

Though Clemson’s Jordan Leggett, Wake Forest’s Cam Serigne and Virginia Tech’s Bucky Hodges will battle him for the crown, Miami’s David Njoku could emerge as the best tight end in the ACC this fall.

And bully for Miami, since he’s not the only good one on the roster.

Njoku, who finished among the league’s best tight ends with a 17.24 yards-per-catch average in his redshirt freshman season (21 catches, 362 yards, one touchdown), is a former New Jersey state high-jump champion who uses his ripped 6-4, 245-pound body to drag defenders along with him or outrace them. He hasn’t fully developed as a blocker but has produced some highlight-reel crackbacks (notably, against Duke and Washington State).

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