2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about TROY FUMAGALLI: Wisconsin, 6046 247 4.80. Two years as a fulltime starter. Played in 52 games with 32 starts in four years. From Aurora, IL. Lined up as an inline tight end and wing in the Badgers’ pro style offense. Was named the Big-10 tight end of the year. The long, but very lean, dual threat Fumagalli will need time to add bulk to his frame, as his power presence in the trenches is below average especially for a tight end who doesn’t possess standout athleticism. He can catch the tough balls in traffic with his balance, body control, and reach, but struggles to consistently run himself open against safeties. Not an overly quick or agile athlete in space, often needing an extra step or two to change direction. Has the long term upside of a rotational or backup tight end who can be on the field in any situation. His size and straight speed can be a match-up problem and the ‘want-to’ as a blocker is there. He simply needs the time and patience to grow into his body and improve his physical presence that will be needed in the NFL trenches. 2017 stats: 46-547, 11.9 ypr, 4 TD. Medical exclusion at Combine, left pelvis. Fourth/fifth round. (A-32, H-10 1/4, VJ-DNP, SS-DNP).