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Mason Schreck
TE #86
Height:
6-5
Weight:
258
Age:
23
College:
Buffalo
Hometown:
Medina, Ohio
Experience:
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Bio

      Seventh-round draft selection brings size, athleticism and potential to the Bengals’ tight ends group ... Finished his collegiate career with 108 receptions for 1120 yards and six TDs ... His breakout senior season included 59 catches for 651 yards and four TDs, earning All-MAC second team honors (coaches) ... His receptions total as a senior was 10 more than his first three seasons combined, and his 651 receiving yards were the most ever by a tight end in school history.

      Seventh-round draft selection brings size, athleticism and potential to the Bengals’ tight ends group ... Finished his collegiate career with 108 receptions for 1120 yards and six TDs ... His breakout senior season included 59 catches for 651 yards and four TDs, earning All-MAC second team honors (coaches) ... His receptions total as a senior was 10 more than his first three seasons combined, and his 651 receiving yards were the most ever by a tight end in school history.

 

     Career transactions: Selected by Cincinnati in seventh round of 2017 NFL Draft (251st overall) ... Signed with Bengals on 5-15-17.

 

     Head coach Marvin Lewis says: “He’s a big kid, a physical kid, a good receiver of the football — just a good all-around prospect, and a good, young guy to have in the fold to compete at (tight end).”

 

     College highlights: Spent five years in Buffalo program (one redshirt), appearing in 46 games with 20 starts ... Totaled 108 catches for 1120 yards and six TDs. 2016—Started all 12 games ... Second-team All-MAC selection (coaches) ... Led team in receptions (59), receiving yards (651) and receiving TDs (four) ... Recorded nine catches for 61 yards and a TD vs. Ball State ... Seven catches for 120 yards (career high), with a 75-yard TD, at Ohio ... Tallied 10 catches for 89 yards vs. Miami. 2015—Played in 10 games, with two starts ... Totaled 22 catches for 216 yards ... Had five receptions for 62 yards vs. Albany ... Two catches for 49 yards at UMass. 2014—Played in 11 games, with two starts ... Totaled 10 catches for 106 yards. 2013—Played in all 13 games, with four starts ... Totaled 17 catches for 147 yards and two TDs ... Four catches for 22 yards at Ohio State ... Two catches for 24 yards in win vs. UConn, including first career TD.

 

     High school: Attended Medina (Ohio) High School ... Started for three years at QB ... Also started at center on the basketball team.

 

     Personal: Hometown is Medina, Ohio ... Business administration major at Buffalo.

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