Draft Profile: TE Tommy Tremble, Notre Dame

Steve Johnson

Photo Cred: Quinn Harris

Pos. TE
Ht. 6’3″
Wt. 241
Class. 3JR
College. Notre Dame
DOB. 6/2/98

2018: DNP
2019: 13 games. 16 rec, 183 yards, 4 TDs
2020: 12 games. 19 rec, 218 yards; 1 att, 4 yards
Misc. Stats.


Injury History.

History. Three-star recruit from Norcross, GA. Son of former UGA DB Greg Tremble, who won Super Bowl XXX with the Cowboys.

Strengths: Good size and build. Good long speed/agility, provides upside as a possession receiver. Excellent run blocker. Does a great job squaring up to his target and laying the wood. Keeps his feet churning through contact. Tough to bring down after the catch. DBs think twice when he’s rolling full speed down field. No catching/ball skill issues, in the film studied. Has lined up in-line, in the slot, and in the backfield as both as H-Back and fullback. Really physical, loves and seeks contact.

Weaknesses: Doesn’t have prototype length. Although no slouch, he’s not an elite athlete. Lack of experience and production, although it’s a deep TE room in South Bend. May never be a feature tight end.

Overview: Tremble is an intriguing prospect, because his best football is clearly ahead of him. He’s a strong kid that will only get stronger, and brings a lot of versatility. I like him fitting in a run first offense that can utilize him as an H-Back, TE2, and some fullback. Special teams coaches are gonna pound the table for him too, he’s got some nastiness. He may never be a top half tight end in the league, but his floor is a very good TE2.

Evaluation based on. USF 20′, Clemson 20′, Alabama 21′

Draft Projection: Mid-Late Day Two

Draft Grade: 5.62

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