Adam Fuehne is a tight end for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League. Fuehne was signed shortly after the 2016 NFL Draft by the Lions as an undrafted free agent. The talented tight end played his college football at Southern Illinois University. Fuehne attended Mater Dei Catholic High School in Illinois where he was a Two-time All-Area selection and Honorable mention All-State as a senior. He led Mater Dei Catholic to a 42-7 record and four playoff appearances in his prep career.
In his freshman year at Southern Illinois University, Fuehne played in all 11 games and made two starts. He caught one pass for a career-high 21 yards at Eastern Illinois and also caught a pass for a two-point conversion against Northern Iowa. The tight end was named to the MVFC Academic Honor Roll.
In his sophomore year, Fuehne appeared in all 12 games and started seven games at tight end and was also used on special teams. The dynamic tight end moved up to No. 1 tight end on the depth chart for the final two games of the season following an injury to All-American MyCole Pruitt. He caught a nine-yard touchdown pass, the first of his career, in the season finale at Indiana State. He also received the MVFC Commissioner’s Academic Excellence Award, which requires a minimum GPA of 3.2 for the previous two semesters.
In 2014, Fuehne played in 11 games and started two. He finished the season with 10 receptions for 82 yards including a touchdown pass against SEMO. Had a season-high 26 yards against Western Illinois University.
In his senior season, Adam Fuehne had a breakout year starting all 11 games and recording 25 receptions for 351 yards (14.0 per reception). The tight end caught two touchdown passes and had a career-high 130 receiving yards at Indiana. He also added six receptions for 75 yards in the last game of his career at UNI. His stellar effort was rewarded with a Second-team All-MVFC selection.
The featured white and silver size 15 under armour clutchfit cleats were game worn by Adam Fuehne as a member of the Salukis. Fuehne has signed the left cleat and added “game worn” and added “go dawgs” to the right one. The cleats show light use.