Rookie Profile – Pat Freiermuth Sample

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Pat Freiermuth - TE- Penn State

Welcome to the rookie profile for Pat Freiermuth. Freiermuth has great size for the position and has performed well in college. Plays very physically, but also able to bring the ball in if given the opportunity. Operating in the middle of the field, he is a safe pair of hands through contact, able to snatch the ball from defenders. In the open-field uses his size to break tackles from defensive backs, and able to create seperation from linebackers.

Measurables

Height: 6′ 5″

Weight: 251 lbs

40-yard dash: DNP

3-cone drill: DNP

20-yard shuttle: DNP

Vertical Jump: DNP

Broad Jump: DNP

Bench Press: DNP

College Stats

Receiving Formation
Year
Team
Class
GP
Rec
Yards
YPC
TD
Snaps
In-Line Snaps
Slot Snaps
2018
Penn State
Fr.
12
26
368
14.2
8
604
378
217
2019
Penn State
So.
13
43
507
11.8
7
721
434
271
2020
Penn State
Jr.
12
23
310
13.5
1
260
118
135
College Career

Freiermuth is the second TE option in this class, after Kyle Pitts. Coming off the Penn State TE production line, he has good traits of a receiver. Has shown his ability to score, with 16 TDs in his college career. 

Scouting Report

Positives:

Freiermuth has a long frame, and has good release at the line out of either a two-point or three-point stance. Good route runner, and able to get separation from defenders. His size gives him an advantage over defensive backs, and his burst gets him away from linebackers. Physical with the ball in the air, and with the ball in his hands.

Negatives:

One issue that Freiermuth has is good for fantasy. He isn’t a great blocker. Much better running routes than blocking on both running and passing plays. Doesn’t have great top end speed, which can lead to him being chased down in the open field

Pre Draft Analysis

Expected Draft Capital:

Round 2

Landing Spots:

Friermuth would be great on an offense that uses TE. I’d love him on a team like the Colts, where the team has shown it’s ability to utilize the position. Equally a team like the Chargers could be a good spot.

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