Greg Dulcich is a tight end in the National Football League who plays for the Denver Broncos. He is 1.93 meters tall and 111 kilograms. During his junior year at St. Francis High School, he recorded 30 receptions for 406 yards and four touchdowns. He ran for an additional three touchdowns during his senior year and caught 50 passes for 1,168 yards and 12 scores.
He was listed as the No. 78 recruit in California and rated as a three-star recruit by ESPN. He played collegiate football for the UCLA Bruins and attended the University of California, Los Angeles. He participated on special teams and as a receiver in eleven games in 2019 after playing just three games as a freshman.
When he turned 20 in 2020, he discovered that UCLA had awarded him a scholarship. He had a career-high 26 receptions for 517 yards and five touchdowns towards the end of the year. He was on the initial watch list for the Mackey Award in 2021, which is given to the top tight end in the country. He only managed three receptions for 117 yards and a touchdown from 75 yards.
The Denver Broncos selected Dulcich with the 80th overall choice in the third round of the 2022 NFL Draft. He spent the whole of training camp dealing with a hamstring problem, and in August 2022, he was placed on injured reserve. In his first NFL game, he grabbed Russell Wilson’s 39-yard touchdown pass.
What Is Greg Dulcich Nationality?
Greg Dulcich is from Glendale in California in the United States of America.