David Njoku is on fire right now and we’re still over a month away from the NFL Combine.

At least two prominent NFL Draft analysts consider the dynamic Miami Hurricanes tight end a first-round pick, with NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah ranking him No. 13 among his Top 50 players and Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller tweeting he doesn’t think Njoku will make it to when the Giants pick at No. 23.

Jeremiah gushed about Njoku’s hands and athleticism:

Njoku has a long, muscular frame and outstanding athleticism for the position. He primarily lines up flexed in the slot or split out wide. He has outstanding speed to get down the seam and he does a lot of damage on quick-hit and tunnel screens. He’s not a refined route runner, but instead gets by with pure agility and speed. He has strong hands to reach and pluck the ball away from his frame but he does allow some balls to get into his body and ricochet off him. After the catch, he has an explosive burst and he breaks a lot of tackles. In the run game, he’s a work in progress. He gets in the way to shield and wall off, but he needs to get stronger and more physical at the point of attack. Overall, Njoku is very raw but he has an extremely high upside.

Just wait until the combine and pre-draft workouts. Njoku says he runs a sub-4.5 40 and has a 40-inch vertical, which is insane for a player measuring 6-foot-4 and close to 250 pounds. Factor in several months of training and Njoku’s measurables should be mind-boggling.

The good news for Njoku is the hype started well before then, meaning his film is gushing with NFL potential despite finishing the season with a modest stat line of 43 catches, 698 yards, and eight touchdowns.

You could make a case his coach did him a disservice by not featuring him more, especially considering he was unequivocally among Brad Kaaya’s top weapons, along with freshman wideout Ahman Richards.

Could Njoku end up staying in Miami as a pro? The Dolphins pick at No. 22 and are certainly in need of a tight end. He’d do wonders for Ryan Tannehill with his YAC ability and catch radius.

Meanwhile ESPN draft analysts Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr. both don’t have him among their Top 32 prospects.