Young prodigies getting the hype before the draft date is a common phenomenon in football and the NFL. Such has been the case for Dalton Kincaid, who dreams of owning a big piece of land someday. While his draft date seems to be approaching quickly, the youngster cannot keep calm to lodge forward from the 100-yard field.
Being one of the top tight end duos in football, Dalton Kincaid has the potential to become of the best pass-catches. Especially after his draft reported being submitted, it seems like the youngster has been terrorizing defenses at each and every stop of his football journey.
Unlike every other top prospect in the draft, Dalton Kincaid wasn’t made aware to the sport until a couple of years ago. From being a former basketball player, Kincaid bulldozed his name if football. How did he do so? He earned All-State and All-Conference honors after tallying 745 yards and eight touchdowns in that particular high school season. With glimpses already shown, San Diego Toreros decided to thump their trust in him.
Dalton Kincaid shines for San Diego Toreros
That was perhaps the only chance Dalton Kincaid needed as a freshman to burst upon the scene. With many expecting Dalton Kincaid to take his time against the big lads of his age and skillset – he snagged 11 touchdowns, averaging 15.6 yards per catch. Upping that per-catch production to an FCS TE leading 18.98 yards as a sophomore. Moreover, having labeled himself as a promising pass catcher, Kincaid tallied 835 yards in just his third ever season of playing competitive football.
With his performances attracting FBS attention, Dalton Kincaid transferred to Utah for his junior year, catching the eyes of many once again. Impacted by the global situation, he saw just one catch for 14 yards against USC.
As the Utes became the Pac-12’s best in 2021, Dalton put together a breakout senior season. Tallying 510 yards, his eight touchdowns were good enough for fifth amongst all FBS tight ends.