Height: 6-5. Weight: 250. Projected 40 Time: 4.70. Projected Round (2013): 4-6. 1/12/13: Lutzenkirchen's ended early with a hip injury. Prior being hurt, he had been being held back by poor quarterback play as he has regularly worked his way open and wasn't thrown the ball. Lutzenkirchen totaled 15 receptions for 139 yards as a senior.
8/21/12: Lutzenkirchen had 24 receptions for 238 yards and seven touchdowns in 2011. He was a quality blocker for Auburn running back Michael Dyer. Lutzenkirchen was a Second-Team All-SEC selection last year. He became a starter in 2010 and caught 15 passes for 185 yards and five touchdowns.
Lutzenkirchen also was a good blocker for Cam Newton and the Tigers' ground game. Lutzenkirchen probably won't catch a huge amount of passes in Auburn's offense, but he is a solid contributor.
*Think it would be a good pick up, especially with a need of a blocking TE if D.Thomas isn't back next yr
Thracken13 Auburn Fan Aft Cargo Hold of Serenity Member since Feb 2010 8364 posts
re: Should we? Phil Lutzenkirchen Edition(Posted by Thracken13 on 1/11/13 at 2:27 pm to Jayson78)
I think he could be a solid player for us as a backup. QB play at AU hurt a lot of guys that are good. as long as its not a high draft choice, which he should be a steal in the later rounds i'd be alright with it.