2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about TOMMY TREMBLE: Notre Dame, 6040 248 4.65. Third year sophomore entry, two-year starter, Johns Creek, GA. Earned Honorable Mention All ACC honors in 2020. Was somewhat hidden in a very talented tight end room at Notre Dame. A fine prospect who could blossom in the NFL more so than what he showed in college. A good athlete, most notably in the five-to-ten-yard window, that plays the game with a lot of hustle and grit. He is a factor as a blocker because of that effort, but he also creates good pop on contact. His route running and burst give him a high upside when it comes to getting open underneath and intermediate. Wasn’t targeted as much, thus his production can be questioned. Shows interesting traits and the effort that coaches are looking for. High upside player. Twitchy and active on all fronts. Speed and quickness show up and he factors both as a receiver and blocker. Can get up the field in a hurry, capable of altering his weight and direction with ease. A loose and athletic lower half. Can make tight turns while moving at a high rate while maintaining his control and balance. Eyes stay even keel when pursuing the ball. Will attack the pass with his hands and can come away with it in traffic. High-effort player who can explode from a standstill and run away from the defense. Creates power from his speed. A plus-blocker both inline and in space. Needs more power from his base and his hands need more grip strength. Was never the feature tight end in the Notre Dame offense. 2020 stats: 19-218, 11.5 ypr. Third/fourth round. (A-31 7/8, H-9 1/4, VJ-36.5, SS-NA).