Will Dissly has proven to be about as dynamic a player as the Seahawks could have hoped for when they drafted him in the 4th round of the 2018 draft. He has shown great inline blocking ability, with very solid hand placement and precise footwork. He also has remarkably soft hands; he has only registered one drop through 10 NFL games and 41 targets. Pretty impressive for a big man who was simply known as a blocking tight end coming out of college.
The biggest issue with our tight end group as a whole is durability.