Adam Krumholz came to Wisconsin as a walk-on wide receiver, and after five years, is looking for a shot at the next level.
Widely used as a blocking receiving during his time in Madison, Krumholz was rarely targeted, but when he was thrown the ball, was often found dependable. Krumholz had six catches for 72 yards in his career, but what may be more interesting for NFL teams is his 11 career special teams tackles.
Weight: 193 pounds
40-yard dash: 4.53 seconds
Vertical jump: 35.5” inches
Broad jump: 118” (9’10”)
Short shuttle: 4.08 seconds
Three-cone drill: 6.90 seconds
Bench press: 11 reps
*All testing numbers are from the Wisconsin Pro Day on March 10th.
Strengths: Krumholz showed solid athleticism at his pro day, certainly within the realm of an NFL athlete at wide receiver from his pro day numbers. A multiple year special teamer, Krumholz will have plenty of experience in that area, where others might not have been asked to at their school. Very reliable run blocker for the Badgers.
Weaknesses: Had very little production at the college level. Never relied upon as a receiving threat. Can he be kept as a special teamer only?
Adam Krumholz is a WR prospect in the 2021 draft class. He scored a 6.98 RAS out of a possible 10.00. This ranked 732 out of 2423 WR from 1987 to 2021.— Kent Lee Platte (@MathBomb) March 11, 2021
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Summary: Krumholz had a nice little career as a Badger. The Stoughton native was a local kid and followed a common career arc for former walk-ons in Madison. However, despite his testing, he never was relied upon or asked often enough to contribute as a receiver on offense to warrant much of a look in the NFL. Maybe a rookie camp at most, but that’s likely a stretch.
Projected Round: Undrafted Free Agent