Trey McBride
Trey McBride

Trey McBride

  • TE Rams
  • Senior
  • #--
  • 6'4"
  • 260lbs
  • 11/22/1999
  • Prospect
  • Mountain West
TDN 100 TDN100 Prospect

2022 Season









Top Traits


In-line, flexed, offset, backfield, you name it.


Trey McBride

This players versatility may be his strongest attribute. He is equally proficient at aligning at Y, F, H or FB. He also projects as a good core special teams player, as well.


Consistent hands catcher who doesn't bank on his frame.


Trey McBride

He has good hands and catch radius. He easily catches the football when contact is imminent. He doesn’t allow the ball to get into his frame and has very strong mitts to pluck the football out of the air.

Run After Catch Skills

Even without a lot of wiggle, he's a chore in the open field.

Run After Catch Skills

Trey McBride

He has proven through his big plays that he has value after the catch. He is a good athlete who will threaten the defense with his elusiveness in space.

Prospect Summary

Trey McBride is a good athlete with regard to agility and movement skills. In the run game, he’s not an overpowering inline blocker but he plays with physical toughness at the point of attack. In the passing game, he has excelled as the primary receiving target for that offense. He does a good job uncovering and plays with sufficient straight-line speed.

His football instincts make him effective against zone defenses.  He displays good, strong hands to make catches away from his frame. He has enjoyed success as the primary target on offense and has been extremely productive. On 3rd downs, he is a versatile asset that displays the skill set to align at H, FB, TE, or Y. His toughness, speed, and agility project him well as a core special teams player.

Ideal Role: Y or F

Scheme Fit: Spread offensive scheme, multiple offense


Written by Drae Harris

Games watched: SDSU (2021), SJSU (2021), UNM (2021)

Best Game Studied: UNM

Worst Game Studied: SDSU

Hands: See Above.

Route Running: Theres noting glaringly deficient with his ability as a route runner. He certainly has the speed and agility to separate. However with regards to nuance in the position, I feel like McBride still has room for improvement to maximize his separation

Versatility: See Above.

Competitive Toughness: He displays good competitive toughness, particularly as an inline blocker. He is also good in contested catch situations, showing competitiveness as well. His functional strength is effective for playing in tight alignments and working in the box.

Ball Skills: He has good ball skills along with outstanding hand eye coordination. He does a good job tracking the deep ball. He also shows good hands to secure the catch and his catch radius is going to provide his quarterback with a big target.

Blocking Skills: McBride is a willing inline blocker. He is not overpowering but does a good job of holding the point of attack to stay sticky and engage in defensive linemen when called upon to occupy.

Football IQ: He plays with good IQ. He is instinctive and crafty as a route runner. He also shows his IQ to not run into zone coverage underneath; instead choosing to sit down and make himself available to his quarterback.

RAC Skills: See Above.

Pass Protection: He is a willing pass protector. He is physically tough and competitive which helps him where he lacks true technique in pass pro.

Big Play Ability: He is a big play TE who has been extremely productive. He has been their primary receiver and the person their offense runs through.


TDN Consensus: 79.25/100 (Third Round Value)

Crabbs Grade: 78.50/100

Marino Grade: 80.00/100

Harris Grade: 78.00/100

Sanchez Grade: 79.00/100

Weissman Grade: 81.00/100

Parson Grade: 79.00/100