NFL Draft Profile

Trey McBride

McBridge is a great two way tight end who takes pride in his blocking and has good receiving athleticism

6'4", 246 lbs, 32 1/2" arms,  10 1/8" hands 18 bench reps and 33" vertical

TE Trey McBride

McBridge makes tough plays after the catch and will be able to steamroll some people Jason Witten style. He might even lose his helmet. 

TE Trey McBride

- Sticky hands -Good strength and drive in his blocks -Good YAC athleticism -Can snap off routes for good separation

TE Trey McBride

-Lacks length and top end speed for deep routes -Needs to learn better blocking angles  -Wasn't a red zone threat in college -below average catch radius

TE Trey McBride

Overall, McBridge is a Jason Witten/Zach Ertz type who has excellent strength and desire but will have to develop better technique to become a red zone threat at the next level.