Dissly is coming off an Achilles tear, so prospective owners should monitor his progress as draft season wears on. If he’s healthy, he could vastly outperform his ADP depending on how the Seahawks decide to use him along with free agent signee Greg Olsen. Dissly started the 2019 season on fire, catching 23 passes for 262 yards and four touchdowns on 27 targets in five games. He was the No. 5 tight end at that point. In 2018, he played four games and posted 3-105-1 in one game and 3-42-1 in another.