Rookie Profile: Bralen Trice

Bralen Trice Rookie Profile

Rookie Profile: Bralen Trice, Edge, Atlanta Falcons

Welcome to the Rookie Profile for Bralen Trice, an edge rusher out of Washington. He is from Phoenix, Arizona, and was a 3-star recruit from Sandra Day O’Connor High School.

Trice didn’t play as a redshirt freshman during the Covid-19 shortened 2020 season for Washington. In 2021 as a sophomore for the Huskies, he appeared in 6 games, recording 11 solo tackles, 3 assists, 5 tackles for loss, and 2 sacks while scoring 1 touchdown.

The 2022 season saw his playing time and production double as a junior. He recorded 22 solo tackles, 16 assists, 12 tackles for loss, and a whopping 9 sacks.

His best season came in 2023 as a senior where in 15 games, he racked up 30 solo tackles, 19 assists, 11.5 tackles for loss, 7 sacks, 2 passes defended, 1 forced fumble, and another touchdown.


Bralen Trice

Draft Capital & Landing Spot

Draft Capital- Round 3 Pick 10

  • Bralen Trice fell further in the draft than I, and many expected. He still managed to secure day two draft capital, but a third-round selection is disappointing. Having said that, he lands on an Atlanta defense that needs all the help it can get after being horrible last season.
  • With a total lack of depth and for the most part talent, Trice should have a real chance of cracking this lineup sooner rather than later. Once he does find his way onto the field, he should be an impact player immediately.

Landing Spot- Atlanta Falcons

  • As mentioned above, the Falcons are a great landing spot for a player on the fridge of starter ability. Trice might find himself buried on other depth charts, but on the Falcons he has the potential to earn a sizeable role.
  • If and when Trice does find his way onto the field, he could be a great fit coming off the edge for the Falcons for years to come. The draft capital may have been disappointing, but the landing spot is a plus.

Team Depth Chart

Expected Role: Rotational Edge Rusher

Atlanta Falcons IDP Depth Chart

Depth Chart via Fantasy Pros

Fantasy Impact

Bralen Trice, a former Washington Huskies edge rusher, transitioned from playing at over 270 pounds to a leaner 245 pounds before the NFL combine. His 4.72-second 40-yard dash time at that weight was somewhat disappointing, leading to concerns that he might run closer to a 4.9-second 40 at his actual playing weight.

Trice possesses strengths such as size and strength, block recognition, and pass-rushing technique. However, he also faces challenges related to quick-twitch athleticism, change of direction, and tackling technique. Overall, his scouting grade suggests he could be a high-level backup or potential starter, likely going in the third round of the draft. Frank Clark serves as a pro comparison for Trice

Check out our 2024 Rookie Rankings Page for a full breakdown of this rookie class.

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