Broncos Draft UCLA TE Greg Dulcich In The Third Round

UCLA v Washington

UCLA tight end Greg Dulcich runs after a catch against the Washington Huskies on October 16, 2021. (Photo: Steph Chambers/Getty Images)Images)Photo: Getty Images

After trading down from the 75th overall pick, the Denver Broncos drafted tight end Greg Dulcich out of UCLA with their first of two scheduled third round picks (75th overall).

As a fourth-year junior in 2021, Dulcich had 42 receptions for 725 yards and five touchdowns.

In his career, Dulcich had 77 receptions for 1,353 yards and 11 touchdowns. He averaged 17.3 yards per catch.

The Broncos selected Oklahoma LB/edge rusher Nik Bonitto with the final pick of the second round (64th overall) and then sent the 75th overall selection to the Houston Texans for the 80th and 152nd (5th round) overall selections.

With the Broncos trading tight end Noah Fant to the Seattle Seahawks in the Russell Wilson deal, the Broncos were looking to add to the tight end room.

Dulcich joined Ryan Edwards and Benjamin Allbright, hosts of Broncos Country Tonight on KOA, shortly after the Broncos drafted him:

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