Posted On: 12/31/20 2:45 PM

The tight end position is a multipurpose weapon in any offense nowadays, the ability to create big-play opportunities in open space in the passing game or be a key blocker that will sustain key blocks in the run game. Whether they are lined up on the line of scrimmage or flexed out in the slot, the ability to be a threat wherever you line up as a tight end is always a plus to have in your offense. Here are five 2021 tight ends from the state of Maryland and from Washington D.C. to keep an eye on!

Bryce ButlerBryceButler6'3" | TESt. Johns | 2021StateMD 6-3 253 St. John’s College High School (Washington D.C.)

The versatile athlete at tight end who is a University of Ohio commit displays the ability to line up in different spots in the offense such as lining up as an inline tight end (on the line of scrimmage), an H/Back, and in the slot. He shows to have strong hands and is productive with the ball in his hands to make key plays throughout a game.

Curtis NixonCurtisNixon6'5" | TEMaret School | 2021StateMD II 6-5 220 Maret High School (Washington D.C.)

The big athletic Old Dominioncommit demonstrates the ability to be

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