After 15 weeks of the 2021 NFL season, White tight ends are six of the top seven TEs in receiving yardage and thirteen of the top sixteen! That's remarkable, not that far off at all from the long-time Black dominance at wide receiver and running back. Tight end is, surprisingly enough, a position that went from Black dominance, but not thoroughly so, to overwhelming White dominance over the past 15 years. Jason Witten seemed to herald the change and it has only intensified since then. Tight end is the only position during the now close to 40 year-old Caste System with no end yet in sight that has seen a demographic reversal. Although the way White quarterbacks have continued to dominate in the face of a fierce longstanding all-out attempt to make the position Black-dominated, is an even more impressive achievement. If Whites can be fast, elusive, reliable receivers as tight ends, and also block very well as needed, and dominate the position, then why doesn't the same hold true at wide receiver and running back? The answer is obvious, but at least the tight end fortress is now very well established for the short and long haul.