Washington junior tight end
Height, weight: 6-foot-6, 266 pounds
Previous rank: No. 11
His case: Like Ka'Deem Carey, Seferian-Jenkins missed the first game of the season because of suspension by the team. His offseason DUI charge cost him in the wallet ($695 fine), in free time (a night in jail in Issaquah, Wash.) and on the field. Unlike Carey, he hasn't dominated since returning to action. After a monster 2012, defenses have largely taken him out. He has just 185 yards on 16 catches through five games. He does have three touchdown catches, though, and that will keep him on the list for now.
What we said before the season: The Fox Island, Wash., native is already the best tight end in school history. He holds career Huskies records with 110 career receptions, 1,388 career receiving yards and 13 career touchdowns, and single-season marks with 69 catches for 850 yards. His 5.25 catches per game were the most of any tight end in the nation. And he's only a junior.