Noah Gray

Overall Rank
TE35
2023
Height
6' 3"
Weight
240 lbs
Arm Length
31"
(10th)
Draft Pick
5.18
(2021)
College
Duke
Age
24.8
Best Comparable Player
Joel Dreessen
Workout Metrics
4.67
79th
99.1
62nd
118.8
59th
11.35
77th
10.04
58th
40-Yard Dash
Speed Score
Burst Score
Agility Score
Catch Radius
High School Metrics
19.7%
(62nd)
College Dominator
8.6
(5th)
College YPR
18.4
(97th)
Breakout Age

Noah Gray Bio

Noah Gray is a backup tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, parked behind one of the modern greats of the position in Travis Kelce. He showed off his versatility in high school football. He started as a wide receiver as a freshman, switched to quarterback the next season, then back to wide receiver before his junior season. He played four seasons in college at Duke, where he made another position switch to tight end. His four seasons with the Blue Devils saw him finish with college stats of 105 receptions for 948 yards, with eight touchdown grabs.

Noah Gray demonstrated above-average athleticism in the predraft process, with an 80th percentile 40 time of 4.67 and 59th percentile wingspan of 10.04. The Chiefs drafted him in the 5th round of the 2021 NFL Draft.

Gray appeared in 16 games as a rookie, playing on 25.1% of the Chiefs' offensive snaps with just 93 routes run. Commanding a 1.7 percent target share, he caught seven of his 10 targets on the year, finishing with 36 yards and a touchdown. 15 of his yards came in YAC. Gray saw no deep balls as a rookie and his air yards share was just 0.7 percent. Gray's low target volume explains his disproportionate drop rate of 20% in 2021, with two drops among his ten targets. With Travis Kelce still around, Gray is unlikely to have an early ADP in fantasy drafts anytime soon.