The Post’s Ryan Dunleavy gives his Top 10 tight ends in this year’s 2020 NFL Draft:

1. Cole Kmet, Notre Dame, 6-6, 262 lbs

Unanimous best of the bunch in a down year at the position who could rapidly develop now that football is sole focus. Ten career saves for Notre Dame baseball.

2. Adam Trautman, Dayton, 6-5, 255 lbs

Matchup nightmare who needs to improve his blocking to become a starter. Former QB with 14 touchdown catches in 2019 and 28 over three years.

3. Harrison Bryant, Florida Atlantic, 6-5, 243 lbs

High school offensive lineman didn’t lose his blocking toughness after changing positions. Ability to gain separation suggests it was the right move.

4. Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri, 6-5, 258 lbs

Red-zone threat running down the seam, with 23 touchdowns in three seasons. Tantalizing ceiling when his routes become more polished.

5. Hunter Bryant, Washington, 6-2, 248 lbs

Classic ’tweener who struggles blocking and ran slower than expected for a big slot receiver, raising questions about his history of knee injuries.

6. Thaddeus Moss, LSU, 6-2, 250 lbs

Completely different player than father Randy Moss. Willing run blocker who complemented LSU’s dynamic outside receivers.

7. Brycen Hopkins,, Purdue, 6-4, 245 lbs

Knack for finding open space and willing to take hits over the middle, but too many drops. Problem with focus or hands?

8. Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt, 6-4, 257 lbs

Statistics plummeted from 2018 to 2019, and he showed frustrations with the struggling offense around him.

9. Devin Asiasi, UCLA, 6-3, 257 lbs

All but eight of his 52 career catches came in 2019. Michigan transfer has a lot to learn but plenty of untapped potential.