2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about ADAM TRAUTMAN: Dayton, 6050 255 4.78. Four-year starter, Williamsburg, MI. Made the transition from quarterback to tight end in 2016. From there he was named All PFL three straight years and was an FCS All-America in 2019 in addition to being named the Pioneer League Offensive Player of the Year. One of the top small school prospects in the draft. His potential impact on the passing game stems from his ability to create mismatches and capitalize on the ball being in the same zip code as him. He has soft hands and a basketball player’s type ability to coordinate himself with balance and precision in traffic. There is a lot of weight room in his future because his power presence in the NFL is a work in progress. Has the frame to improve and be a quality starter. Has matchup nightmare written all over him. Excellent foot speed and quickness. Can get in and out of an agility ladder like a receiver and it shows up on the field. Shows potential as an intermediate and short route runner. Can stop his forward momentum and take tight, square-like turns. Locates the ball and shows late hands to adjust to a ball away from the target. Can make the incredible catch, doesn’t always need two hands. Shows a lot of natural talent as a receiver and toughness after the catch. Not afraid to block. Will be making a massive jump in competition. Doesn’t have NFL-ready power presence. Had a hard time sustaining blocks against college athletes. Will need a lot of work on hand techniques and lower body strength gains. Doesn’t react well to contact by coverage defenders. Gets thrown off his route too easily. Will take too long to get into his route. 2019 stats: 70-916, 13.1 ypr, 14 TD. OSR:5/19. Third/ fourth round. (A-32 5/8, H-9 1/2, VJ-34.5, SS-4.27).