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It seems like every year during the NFL Draft, the media falls in love with a hybrid tight end/fullback.

Wesco, at 6’3″ and 267 pounds, does not have the ideal size for a receiving-first tight end in the NFL. His senior year at West Virginia, he had 26 receptions for 366 yards, making him a “one-year wonder.”

At the time, GM Mike Maccagnan and HC Adam Gase desired Wesco to serve as the team’s second-string blocking tight end behind Chris Herndon.

Trevon Wesco

Trevon WescoAfter two years, Wesco’s offensive contributions have been negligible at best. The ex-Mountaineer played in 28 games (five as a starter) and had three catches for 52 yards and two carries for two yards.

On special teams, he has made an impact as well, with two tackles and a fumble recovery to his name.

Now, it’s true that the Maccagnan drafts weren’t exactly lauded for their middle-round selections. The entrance of Joe Douglas and his desire to purge the ranks means that they won’t even be able to finish out their rookie contracts.

Wesco has had a lackluster showing thus far, but he has an opportunity to rewrite his story.

Trevon Wesco Contract

New York Jets tight end  Trevon Wesco signed a four-year, $3,223,884 contract, with $706,572 in guaranteed money and a $706,572 signing bonus.

Trevon Wesco Salary

Trevon Wesco makes an average of $805,971 per year. Wesco’s base salary in 2022 will be $965,000, and his cap hit will be $1,141,643.

Trevon Wesco Net Worth

Trevon Wesco has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million dollars