Dulcich Named to Mackey Award Watch List
UCLA's Greg Dulcich was named to the John Mackey Preseason Award Watch List on Friday in an announcement by the Friends of John Mackey. The Mackey Award is given annually to the nation's top tight end. UCLA's Marcedes Lewis was the winner of the award in 2005.
Dulcich was second on the Bruin team in 2020 with 26 catches for a team-best 517 yards and five touchdowns. His 19.9 yards per catch average ranked 13th overall nationally and second-best in the nation among tight ends. Dulcich also rated second in the nation among tight ends in receiving yards per game (73.9) in 2020. He opened the season with a 126-yard effort at Colorado which marked the seventh straight season in which a UCLA tight end has recorded a 100-yards receiving game.
Dulcich caught a season-high 8 balls against USC last year and finished with a season-best 167 receiving yards, including a 69-yard scoring reception, against the Trojans. He capped off the season with a pair of scoring catches in the season finale against Stanford for 21 and 17 yards. Dulcich was named to the second-team All-Pac-12 team by the league coaches.