Gerald Everett, Los Angeles Rams
In his scouting report coming out of college, Gerald Everett was said to be a mismatch waiting to happen. Despite being a bit undersized for a tight end, his athleticism and ability to still be able to block would provide the versatility that Coach Rivera seeks in his players.
During his four-year career, Everett has seen his snap count increase every season, and in turn, so has his production on the field. This is the epitome of what Rivera had said about Logan Thomas. When Everett gets the opportunities, he knows how to produce.
Last season, he averaged almost six yards after the catch and finished with a career-high 41 receptions for 417 yards, although he did have seven drops.
With the Rams having a multitude of receiving weapons, Everett typically was the fourth or fifth receiving option, which factored into his lack of opportunities thus far in his career. He would be the best low-cost, high-value option and could form a formidable 1-2 punch with Logan Thomas.