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Stover enters the NFL as a rookie with a dual-threat skill set and his blocking profile could land him on the field sooner than expected. He may have even more upside as a pass-catcher, which is why he's considered among the second-tier rookie options at the position behind Brock Bowers. Stover was a finalist for the John Mackey Award (given to the nation's top tight end) in 2023, and he racked up 576 yards on 41 receptions with five TDs in 12 games for Ohio State last year while serving as the second option behind Marvin Harrison Jr. While he is unlikely to make an impact in redraft leagues in 2024, he is worth consideration starting in Round 4 in rookie-only drafts.

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  • Texans' Cade Stover: Reuinites with Stroud in Houston

    The Texans selected Stover in the fourth round of the 2024 NFL Draft, 123rd overall. Stover is a solid tight end prospect who established himself as a reliable target in the Ohio State offense over the years despite the Buckeyes having elite star power at receiver. He started all but one game over his final two seasons in Columbus and racked up 77 catches for 982 yards on 101 targets to go with 10 touchdowns. Stover is more pass catcher than blocker, which helps his fantasy appeal. However, the landing spot is tricky for him with Dalton Schultz under contract and Brevin Jordan beginning to break out. It may take some time for Stover to carve out a role in H-Town but the talent is there.
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