The 24-year-old was asked at a charity event in St. Paul on Wednesday to name the best tight end in the NFL.
Stop giggling and let the man state his case.
"I feel as a tight end, it's extremely important to be a guy that can contribute in the running game and also in the passing game."
While his confidence is admirable, we wouldn't speak Rudolph's name in the same breath as the players he mentioned.
Rudolph's three-year career totals in Minnesota are 109 catches for 1,055 yards and 15 touchdowns. Graham had 1,215 yards and 16 touchdowns on just 86 receptions in 2013 alone -- while being injured down the stretch.
But lets not completely bash Rudolph. What is he supposed to say?
Rudolph does have talent to be an upper-level pass-catching tight end in the NFL under Turner. And while he might not be at the top of the list, he should be a good later-round grab for fantasy football folks.