• Height
    6' 4"
  • Weight
    243 lbs
  • Arm Length
    33 3/8" (64th)
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  • Draft Pick
    3.16 2022
  • College
  • Age
  • College Dominator
    27.3% (84th)
  • College YPR
    18.6 (98th)
  • Breakout Age
    20.4 (70th)
  • SPARQ-x
    102.4 (37th)

Greg Dulcich Bio

Greg Dulcich started in high school as a hybrid receiver and tight end. Despite having 50 catches for 1,168 yards and 12 touchdowns his final season, he still had to walk on at UCLA. His first season (2018) he saw some playing time but didn’t produce in the stats department causing him to redshirt. In 2019, he had limited production as a tight end and played on special teams. His 8 catches for 105 yards and 1 TD were enough to earn him a scholarship the following spring. Read More

Greg Dulcich College Stats

Year Games Recs Rec Yds Tgt Share Catch Rate Rec TDs Special Teams Age School
2018 1 (TE) 1 (2 tgts) 6 (6.0 ypr) 0.5% 50.0% 0 0 18 UCLA
2019 5 (TE) 8 (11 tgts) 105 (13.1 ypr) 2.6% 72.7% 1 - 19 UCLA
2020 7 (TE) 26 (41 tgts) 517 (19.9 ypr) 20.5% 63.4% 5 0 20 UCLA
2021 12 (TE) 42 (66 tgts) 725 (17.3 ypr) 16.5% 63.6% 5 0 21 UCLA

Greg Dulcich ADP

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Greg Dulcich Injury History

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Preseason (2022)

Who is Greg Dulcich

2020 should be considered the first chapter in his collegiate career. The redshirt sophomore would go on to lead the Bruins with 26 receptions and tie a team-high 5 touchdowns. His game logs look like a receiver’s logs at times. While playing USC, he had 8 receptions for 167 yards and 1 touchdown. He averaged 19.9 yards per reception and only saw less than 3 receptions in two games. In 2021, he recorded his 2nd year in a row of having a target share greater than 15% and a yards per reception greater than 15 per PlayerProfiler stats. The highlight of the season was when Greg Dulcich caught 9 balls for 136 yards against Arizona State.

The NFL doesn’t value strictly move tight ends as much as the fantasy community does. If he wants a starting role in the NFL, Greg Dulcich will need to improve his route tree, route running, and his blocking. His combine testing turned enough heads that he'll be drafted by a team.

Greg Dulcich was selected in the 3rd round of the 2022 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos. Dulcich will compete for targets on a team loaded with pass catching options. His first hurdle is Albert Okwuegbunam, who slots in as the starting TE. Albert O is young and Russell Wilson is not. That combination makes Dulcich a risky pick. On top, a new head coach coming in probably means things will shake out differently than what we expect.

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