Pat Freiermuth Fantasy Football Profile – 2021 NFL Top Prospects
Pat Freiermuth attended the Brooks School in North Andover, Massachusetts. He played tight end and linebacker in high school. During his career, he had 1,531 total yards and 24 total touchdowns. According to 247sports.com, Pat Freiermuth was a four-star recruit coming out of high school. He committed to Penn State University to play college football, turning down Duke, Maryland, LSU, and Boston College in the process. Freiermuth also played basketball in high school.
As a true freshman at Penn State in 2018, Freiermuth played in 13 games and made nine starts. He had 26 receptions for 368 yards and eight touchdowns. He remained the starter his sophomore year in 2019 and was Second Team All-Big Ten. He only played in four games in the 2020 season, however he still caught 23 passes, had over 310 yards, and one score. Through 29 games at Penn State, Pat Freiermuth was able to catch 92 passes for 1,185 yards and 16 touchdowns.
The RotoHeat team believes that Pat Freiermuth might not be the first tight end drafted in the NFL Draft, but could still be a solid contributor to your fantasy team. He has a nice frame at 6’5″ and 250 pounds and uses it well. Freiermuth is a good blocker, which could help him see more snaps early on in his career. He is a good route runner and has great hands. He might not be the fastest player on the field, but he will use his body to block out defenders to catch the ball.
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