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Name: Treyton Welch 
College: Wyoming     Number: 81
Height: 6-4   Weight: 241
Position: TE  Pos2: WR/H-back
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2024

40 Low: 4.60
   40 Time: 4.65
  40 High: 4.70

> Projected Round:   Stock:    

Combine Invite: 
Height: 6034
Weight: 241

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Dates: 03/19/24
Hand: 10 1/8  Arm: 33 3/8
Wingspan: 80 1/2

Height: 6034
Weight: 241
40 Yrd Dash: 4.65
20 Yrd Dash: 2.72
10 Yrd Dash: 1.66
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 25
Vertical Jump: 34
Broad Jump: 10'03"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.25
3-Cone Drill: 7.13

40 Time Range: 4.63-4.67/Projected: 4.65


 Data Scout Notes: 2023: HMC...2022: HMC...2021: NAC...2020: NAC

 Treyton Welch, Wyoming, Player News

  04/30/22 - TE Treyton WelchrSr/2024, Wyoming, 6-4, 241 (DS#30 TE) + More +

  Treyton Welch showed the opening day crowd of 27,007 at War Memorial Stadium what is possible for the Cowboys in the passing game. The 6-foot-3, 242-pound tight end made a one-handed touchdown grab to deliver a dramatic 19-16 victory for Wyoming over Montana State. But over the final 12 games of the disappointing 7-6 finish, Welch only had one additional touchdown reception, but he still led UW's tight ends with 19 receptions for 163 yards and the two scores in 2021. With the departure of star wide receiver Isaiah Neyor - who had 19 more receptions, 580 more receiving yards and 10 more touchdowns than anyone on the team - will the Pokes target their talented tight ends more often in 2022? "Our room is ready to do whatever we're called to do," Welch said. "Hopefully that's more in the passing game this year, but if it's not we're going to block our hearts out." - Casper Star-Tribune

(DS#30 TE) rSr/2024 TE Treyton WelchWyoming
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  05/06/21 - TE Treyton WelchrSr/2024, Wyoming, 6-4, 241 (DS#30 TE) + More +

  Treyton Welch is motivated this spring for obvious reasons. First, Wyoming's sophomore tight end wants to maintain his spot at the top of the depth chart. By all accounts, Welch, who rose to the No. 1 spot at tight end last season, has done just that. UW has yet to officially finalize a depth chart going into the summer, but Welch and freshman Parker Christensen have separated themselves at that position, UW coach Craig Bohl said. And as a more natural receiving threat than just about anybody else at the position, Welch wants to help improve a passing game that's had its share of well-documented struggles in recent years.

At 6-foot-3 and 233 pounds, Welch, a wide receiver in high school, is the kind of hybrid talent that's becoming more prevalent at the position in the modern game, possessing enough girth to hold up as an in-line blocker but also the kind of speed and athleticism that some of UW's bigger tight ends don't have to consistently stress defenses through the air. "If our number is called," Welch said of the tight ends, "we're going to go make a play." That's the expectation for Welch entering his third year in UW's program. And when it comes to what he expects, nobody has higher expectations for Welch than himself. - Casper Star-Tribune

(DS#30 TE) rSr/2024 TE Treyton WelchWyoming
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