Dylan Dockery

#17 Dylan Dockery

HT. 6-2
WT. 210
YR. Fr.
HOMETOWN Newport, Tenn.

2018 (R-Senior): Named to the SoCon Honor Roll … Appeared in three games for the Blue & Gold … Made season debut at Tennessee on Sept. 8.

2017 (R-Junior): Named to the SoCon Honor Roll … Played in all 11 games, making seven starts for the Bucs … Finished the season with seven catches for 57 yards … Had a career-high four receptions in the season finale at Chattanooga … Recorded 25 receiving yards vs. the Mocs … Had a season-high 31 receiving yards vs. No. 8 Wofford on Oct. 28 … Had a reception at No. 1 James Madison on Sept. 9.

2016 (R-Sophomore): Named to the 2016-17 SoCon Honor Roll … Played in all 11 games, making seven starts … Started the season opening win at Kennesaw State on Sept. 3 … Recorded five receptions on the season … Set season highs for receptions (2) and yards (13) at Wofford (Sept. 24). 

2015 (R-Freshman): Played in all 11 games, making nine starts … Led ETSU’s tight ends with six receptions for 69 yards … Posted season highs in receptions (2) and yards (25) at Montana State (Oct. 24) … Hauled in his first collegiate catch in the season opener vs. Kennesaw State (Sept. 3) … Had a pair of 14-yard receptions (at Mercer and at Montana State), marking the longest catches of the season … Had at least one catch in four straight games from Oct. 17-Nov. 7.

High School: A four-year varsity participant in both football and basketball at Cocke County High School … Earned multiple all-conference honors and awards in both sports … Helped his prep football team earn its first playoff appearance in 13 years … Was selected by Headliners Magazine as the top tight end prospect in Northeast Tennessee in 2013 … Eclipsed the 1,000-point mark in scoring on the basketball court.

Personal: Son of Tim and Mergie Dockery … Born Aug. 9, 1995 … Majoring in sport management … Played for high school coaches Greg Hacker and Caleb Slover.