Pat Freiermuth has declared for the 2021 NFL Draft, forgoing his final year of eligibility and ending his Penn State career.
A four-star prospect in Penn State's 2018 class, Freiermuth earned Freshman All-American honors in his first season on campus. He got even better as a sophomore, emerging as one of the best tight ends in the country and establishing himself as an early-round NFL Draft prospect.
A team captain in 2020, Freiermuth appeared in just four games due to injury but still earned All-Big Ten honors and was named the Kwalick-Clark Big Ten Tight of the Year.
Freiermuth finishes his Penn State career with 92 receptions for 1185 yards and 16 touchdowns. Those 16 touchdowns are the most by a tight end in program history.
Best of luck in the NFL, Pat!