Dallin Holker - TE - Colorado State

Holker has spent a long time in college football, playing in 2018 before spending two years on a Mormon mission. Has shown his ability as a receiver, but with his age and size, it could hurt his draft capital.


Height: 6′ 3″

Weight: 241 lbs

Age: 24

40-yard dash: 4.78s

3-cone drill: 6.83s

20-yard shuttle: 4.21s

Vertical Jump: 32.5″

Broad Jump: 10’2″

Bench Press: DNP

*age is at the start of player’s rookie year

College Stats

Receiving & Rushing Table
*2018Brigham YoungIndFRTE121923512.410001923512.41
*2021Brigham YoungIndSOTE131420014.3111515.001521514.31
*2022Brigham YoungIndJR39869.610009869.61
2023Colorado StateMWCJRTE126476712.06111.016576811.87
Brigham Young4252112.4311515.004353612.53
Colorado State6476712.06111.016576811.87
Provided by CFB at Sports Reference: View Original Table
Generated 2/22/2024.

Notable Headlines

Holker had his freshman season in 2018, before spending two years out on a Mormon mission. His return season he had a very similar box score to his freshman season, before struggling to get game time in 2022. As a result, he transferred to Colorado State and had his most productive season, catching 64 passes for 767 yards and 6 TDs. That led him to being a finalist for the John Mackey Award, for the most outstanding TEs of the season. 

Scouting Report


Holker has great size, which is going to make him a decent red-zone target, or in short 3rd down situations. Has a large catch radius, and can go up and find the ball in the air. Has good hands, and has good route-running ability and the instinct to find soft spots in defensive coverages.


Holker’s size is a question mark. Against NFL defensive ends, combined with his inconsistent pass-blocking ability, he could therefore struggle to consistently get out on the field. His receiving ability is good, but not enough to overlook his blocking struggles. Isn’t explosive with good top speed to get free of defenders in open space.

Pre Draft Analysis

Expected Draft Capital- Later Rounds (5/6)

Landing Spots

Holker would really need to go to a team that is going to get him on the field to work as a second TE on the field. With his size, and inconsistency in pass protecting, he isn’t going to see the field unless he is schemed to work. With low draft capital- he could be a taxi squad pickup as a free agent in rookie drafts.

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