Rookie Profile – Tommy Tremble

Tommy Tremble - TE- Notre Dame

Welcome to the rookie profile for Tommy Tremble, one of the most effective blocking TEs in this class. Tremble has had limited pass receiving opportunities, due to his lack of game time, but has the raw ability to be successful. 

 

Measurables

Height: 6′ 3″

Weight: 241 lbs

40-yard dash: 4.6

3-cone drill: DNP

20-yard shuttle: DNP

Vertical Jump: 37″

Broad Jump: 102″

Bench Press: 20 reps

College Stats

Receiving Formation
Year
Team
Class
GP
Rec
Yards
YPC
TD
Snaps
In-Line Snaps
Slot Snaps
2019
Notre Dame
So.
9
16
183
11.4
4
316
163
91
2020
Notre Dame
Jr.
10
19
218
11.5
472
308
106
College Career

Tremble lacks experience, only playing in 19 games during college. That lack of game time has been due to Cole Kmet and Michael Mayer getting on the field more often.

Scouting Report

Positives:

Tremble is an athletic TE, who is able to be used in a multitude of ways. Able to block, with good length, allowing him to block in open space and cover ground on outside run plays.

Has good speed, which allows him to get away from linebackers when he is targeted. His frame also allows him to fight through players through contact.

Negatives:

Limited game time, after struggling to surpass competition at the position. As a result hasn’t really become comfortable in the receiving game, both with the routes he runs and inconsistent hands.

Pre Draft Analysis

Expected Draft Capital:

Likely to be selected at the end of Day 2, or Day 3.

Landing Spots:

Tremble is arguably the best blocking TE in the draft class, which could enable him to be able to get onto the field early in his career. Given the right coaching, he could become an effective receiver too.

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