The accolades keep rolling in for Trey McBride.

The Colorado State tight end became the first player in program history to reach unanimous All-American status on Wednesday after he was named to the American Football Coaches Association’s All-American first team.

McBride, 22, was previously recognized by the Associated Press, Football Writers Association of America, Sporting News and Walter Camp.

The Fort Morgan-native caught 90 passes for 1,121 yards and a touchdown last season. He also had a 69-yard run for a score against Nevada in the Rams’ final game of the season.

He becomes the first Mountain West offensive player to be named a unanimous All-American and fifth overall.

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