1) Senior year standout
Dalton Kincaid played at San Diego for two seasons before transferring to Utah, and the TE played in 55 total collegiate games with 24 starts. In his final season, he led the Utes in receptions (70), receiving yards (890), and touchdowns (8). His 890 receiving yards led all FBS tight ends, and his eight receiving scores ranked second.
2) Late bloomer
It wasn't until Kincaid's senior year of high school that he played competitive football. Even though he originally joined the Faith Lutheran High School football team in hopes of improving his basketball game, he ended up making an impact on the team with 745 receiving yards, eight receiving touchdowns, 37 receptions and he earned All-State and All-Conference honors.
3) On-field accolades
In 2022, Kincaid earned 3rd-Team Associated Press All-American and 1st-Team All-Pac-12 Conference honors. During his second year with Utah, he earned Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 Conference honors after he led the team with eight receiving touchdowns. And after leading all FCS tight ends with 19.98 yards per catch in 2019, he earned second-team all-conference honors at San Diego.
4) On the golf course
The Las Vegas native enjoys golfing in his free time– which he did the morning of the 2023 NFL Draft.
5) Utah Represent
After being selected by the Buffalo Bills in the first round, Kincaid became Utah's 10th first-round selection in program history and the highest-picked tight end in Utes history. He is the first Bills TE taken in the first round since 1983.