Might have some rust as a rookie (didn't play football in 2009)
Summary: Gronkowski is a very well-rounded tight end prospect and will likely come off the board in the second round, but if team doctors have very serious concerns with his back (and some certainly should) then he could really fall in the 2010 NFL Draft. Back issues are probably the worst kind of injury for an athlete and generally these athletes have injury problems throughout their careers. Gronkowski will never be an elite tight end in the NFL, but if he stays healthy he should certainly be a productive contributor and starter.
Player Comparison: Kevin Boss. Boss and Gronkowski have similar frames, athleticism and receiving skills.
@Cajunn you're WAY over thinking is your problem. If your idea is to just take terrible teams each week, you might as well just give your bookie your wallet. There's a time and a place to take stinky teams, but you're better off avoiding them all together. No matter what your numbers would have told you, the Jets are one of the few NFL teams who have completely packed it in. They quit once that Patriot game ended. Make good money the rest of the year by fading them.