Alec Ingold, FB, Wisconsin #45

6006, 242, 4.89

Notes: From Green Bay, WI. His father, Pat, was a two-time All-America wrestler at Northern Michigan. Dual threat quarterback in high school, he also lettered four years in wrestling and on year in baseball. Originally committed to Northern Illinois as a quarterback, but he flipped to Wisconsin when new Badgers coach Paul Chryst and his staff offered as a linebacker. Played in 51 games with 11 starts during college career. Moved to running back, played in 10 games, with 49 carries for 131 yards (2.7 avg.) and 6 touchdowns in 2015. Played in all 14 games, rushed 18-44-2 (2.4 avg.) and caught 6 passes for 55 yards and 2 TDs in 2016. Played in all 14 games, rushed 10-25-3 (2.5 avg.) and caught 3-37-1 in 2017. Played in all 13 games with 11 starts at fullback, named a team captain, rushed 26-153-6 (5.5 avg.) and caught 5-93-1 in 2018. Combine – measured 6006, 242, did 16 reps at 225, ran 4.89 forty, 34-inch vertical jump, 9-8 broad jump, 4.32 20-yard shuttle, 7.35 three cone drill.

Positives: Very good blocker on the perimeter and solid lead blocker. Shows good balance and a feel for blocking angles in space. Can adjust in the open field. Good fit in zone blocking scheme. Solid on pass protection. Effective short-yardage runner (20 career touchdowns). Capable receiver. Above average all-around athlete.

Negatives: Average flexibility and speed. Could sustain blocks better at times. Is not a significant running threat in the open field.

Summary: Solid complimentary fullback prospect for teams that have a roster spot for one.

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