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Pat Freiermuth NFL Draft Profile, Stats, Highlights and Projection

The 2021 NFL Draft is quickly approaching, with the first round kicking off on April 29th. Pro days, workouts and mocks drafts will dominate headlines from now until then, as teams continue with their scouting behind the scenes. One of the early-round tight end prospects entering the draft is Pat Freiermuth out of Penn State.

Let’s take a look at the full Pat Freiermuth NFL Draft profile, including stats, highlights and projection.

Pat Freiermuth NFL Draft Profile, Stats, Highlights and Projection

Pat Freiermuth
Position: Tight End
Height: 6’5″
Weight: 258 lbs
Age: 22
College: Penn State

Pat Freiermuth Highlights

Pat Freiermuth 2020 Stats

Games: 4
Receptions23
Yards: 310
Touchdowns: 1

Pat Freiermuth NFL Draft Profile

Strengths

Pat Freiermuth was a three-year contributor at Penn State. He is a very big and athletic player and can serve as a go-to man in a pinch or a do or die situation. In 2020, he transformed from someone who made a lot of catches, to someone who gained big yardage on his catches. Freiermuth is both a dominant route-runner and blocker, likely leading to him being one of the next great Big Ten tight ends in the NFL.

Negatives

He can fall into that “boom or bust” category on a game by game basis. When he’s on a roll, he’s good for 100+ yards and 2-3 TDs without a sweat, but when he struggles – he struggles. He doesn’t possess the speed you’d want out of an athletic tight end. Freiermuth also doesn’t have the softest hands, dropping eight of 100 catchable targets.

Pat Freiermuth nfl draft profile 2021 stats highlights projection
Credit: Matthew OHaren/USA TODAY Sports

Pat Freiermuth Draft Projection

All 2021 NFL Draft Projections are taken from the latest CBS NFL Mock Draft by Ryan Wilson.

Pat Freiermuth is currently projected to be drafted by the Los Angeles Chargers with the 47th overall pick.


For more 2021 NFL Draft coverage and player profiles, check out the our NFL Draft page.

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