The Vikings selected Virginia Tech TE Bucky Hodges in the 6th round of the 2017 NFL Draft. You think Evan Engram is a WR with a TE label? Get a load of this guy. Hodges took the vast majority of his snaps out wide and stayed in to pass block on just 3% of passing snaps at V-Tech. While that makes his NFL projection tough, there’s obviously fantasy upside here if he’s able to get and stay on the field. Hodges actually arrived in Blacksburg as a dual-threat QB before making the move to TE (WR). He totaled 133 catches, 1,747 yards and 20 scores over the last 3 seasons, ranking among the top 3 on the team in all 3 categories all 3 years. Hodges even carried 21 times for 89 yards and a TD. He checked into the Combine at 6’6, 246 pounds and earned a 95th percentile SPARQ score — 3rd best behind only David Njoku and George Kittle. He joins a Vikings passing game that could use weapons. Hodges is a boom/bust pick in dynasty rookie drafts.