Erick All NFL Draft
Erick All

Erick All

  • TE Iowa
  • Senior
  • #--
  • 6'4"
  • 245lbs
  • Prospect
  • Big Ten

Prospect Summary

Erick All NFL Draft Scouting Report


Height: 6’5” | Weight: 250 lbs


Big Ten Honorable Mention (2021)

 “Erick All is an alignment-versatile tight end that touts natural hands, fluid route-running, and the burst to stretch the seam of a defense.”


  • Y/F/H versatile
  • Physical approach as a blocker
  • Tough YAC
  • Twitch off LOS
  • Burst to threaten seam


  • Long speed
  • Plays high at point of attack
  • Grabber not latcher in run game
  • Runs into coverage vs. zone

In-play Film Analysis: Erick All is an impressively-framed weapon that has the ability to play on all three downs. He’s not a high-level athlete, but has the requisite twitch, route-running, and burst to create throwing windows for signal-callers.

In the run game, All plays a physical brand of football where he looks to blow defenders off their feet. He does not play with the technique nor does he have the power to latch and relocate his opponent, which will limit his effectiveness in that facet. Approaches blocks with a spring-loaded lower half but initiates contact with his shoulder pads over his toes, leading to nothing more than an initial shock. 

In space, All showcases clean route-running with the ability to threaten defenders at a variety of depths. Has strong hands in condensed confines and does a nice job of sealing defenders within the hashes. Breakaway speed lacks but he does have the burst to threaten the seam consistently. Showcases a high level of awareness when targeted and approaches each target with a plan post-completion to find clean grass. All is a physical runner with some wiggle in space, as well. 

Concerns remain about his mechanics as a blocker and ability to ID soft spots in zone. Will often elongate crossers into coverage instead of snapping off in vacant areas. He’ll play high at times, which limits explosiveness in/out of breaks. 

Overall, All touts the route-running and seam-stretching ability to earn targets at the next level. High-level athletic intangibles remain absent in his evaluation, but his experience at a multitude of alignments presents an intriguing chess piece for teams that deploy multiple-tight-end sets. 

Prospect Projection: Day 3 – Developmental Traits

Written By: Ryan Fowler

Last Updated: June 5, 2023

Exposures: Georgia (2021), Penn State (2021), Michigan State (2021)

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