Tommy Tremble Is a Long Shot to Have 2021 Fantasy Football Relevance on Carolina

Tremble didn't produce much in college, and he is going to a Carolina offense that isn't hurting for pass-game options.

Tommy Tremble is the latest Notre Dame tight end off the assembly line, and he was selected 83rd overall by the Carolina Panthers, who traded up to get him.

Tremble's college production is pretty sparse as he totaled a mere 35 catches for 401 yards and four scores across two seasons. He had just 218 yards and no tuddies in 10 games in 2020.

What kind of prospect profile does he possess?

Player Comparisons

Brandon Gdula's draft database has found these 10 prior prospects to have the most similar statistical profiles to Tremble. Keep in mind that these are based not on play style or traits but age, athleticism, draft equity, experience, efficiency, and production.

Tommy Tremble Profile ComparisonsSimilarity
Tony Moeaki86.1%
Owen Daniels83.0%
Ian Thomas82.2%
Jacob Tamme82.1%
Andrew Quarless81.0%
Dalton Schultz80.2%
Dante Rosario80.0%
Luke Stocker80.0%
Clay Harbor79.3%
Thaddeus Moss79.2%

Gdula's Take: Tremble never produced enough to qualify with a "breakout" season at Notre Dame and had 35 catches over his final two seasons. He rates out more as a blocker than as a fantasy-relevant tight end.

Betting on the Panthers

On FanDuel Sportsbook, Carolina is listed at +6500 to win the Super Bowl and +1200 to win the NFC South, and they have a win total projection of 7.5 on FOX Bet.