BIOGRAPHY: Junior-college transfer who started seven games as a senior posting 17/221/1 after 18/191/3 as a junior when he started his
POSITIVES: Frischknecht came into this season with high expectations from NFL scouts, yet injuries slowed his development and limited
his playing time. He's an average prospect who could find a home as a third tight end if he stays healthy.
NEGATIVES: Lacks the speed to consistently create mismatches in the secondary. Not dominant as a blocker. Has a history of injuries,
including a back injury last year that kept him on the sidelines.
ANALYSIS: Adequately sized tight end who gives effort in all aspects of the game. Quickly releases off the line, extends his hands,
and is a sturdy pass catcher who can take the big hit, hold onto the ball, and then pick up positive yardage running after
the reception. Stays square as a blocker, displays adequate strength, and gets good initial movement from the point of attack.