The 2021 NFL Draft will be a great event for teams to start building for their future. Here is the Tommy Tremble 2021 NFL Draft Profile.
Tommy Tremble Background
Position: Tight End
Size: 6-foot-3, 241 pounds
2020 stats: 19 catches, 218 receiving yards, 11.5 yards per catch
Tremble established himself as one of the more physical players in college football over the last two years. He is now taking that physicality to the NFL.
While he wasn’t the most highly-touted recruit in the country, Tremble was able to get a scholarship to Notre Dame. He did not see the field in his first year on campus. As a sophomore in 2019, Tremble had 16 receptions for 183 yards and four touchdowns. Notre Dame won 11 games that season, including the Camping World Bowl. Tremble had a decent season as a junior with 19 receptions for 218 yards. The Fighting Irish made the CFP, but lost to Alabama in the semifinal.
After three seasons at Notre Dame, Tremble decided to declare for the NFL Draft. He is currently projected to be a third to fifth round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Tremble might love blocking more than any player in the entire class. He seeks out blocks and fires into them like a heat-seeking missile. Tremble finishes off the play and plays with a meanstreak. His blocking will help him make an immediate impact at the NFL level.
He has some versatility to his game because of his blocking. Tremble is solid as an in-line tight end who can help block linemen or get to the second level and take on linebackers. He also can play fullback or the H-back role in an offense, as he is a very good lead blocker that loves contact. Teams that plany to use him in both ways could get a lot out of him.
His athletic ability is solid for a tight end as well. Tremble has good speed and has the ability to change directions decently as well. He can be a mismatch problem because he is big, but also has some athleticism to him.
In order to be a more consistent threat in the passing game, Tremble needs to run better routes. He is a solid athlete, but he needs to have crisper routes to give a more presentable target to quarterbacks. A lot of times he will just veer in a general direction, where he could have put his foot in the ground and been open.
His hands will also need work at the next level. Tremble had a decent amount of drops over his Notre Dame career. He needs to focus and bring the ball in before turning and running up the field. If he can eliminate his focus drops, Tremble could be more trusted as a receiver.
Tremble doesn’t have the greatest production numbers in his college career. He had just 35 catches for 401 yards and four touchdowns in his two seasons at Notre Dame. If he can improve in some of the weaknesses listed above, and get better quarterback play, he could produce much more as a pro than as a collegiate player.
Projected Draft Range: Third Round Pick-Fifth Round Pick
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