Kyle Sweet - Washington State

Kyle Sweet '14 played three varsity seasons at Santa Margarita Catholic HS, the first two under head coach Harry Welch and his senior season under head coach Rick Curtis. He had career totals of 151 receptions for 2420 yards and 22 touchdowns. In his senior season he collected 89 catches for 1,341 yards with eight touchdowns. He also recorded 30 tackles as a cornerback and returned 11 kickoffs for 210 yards. He had five games of 100-plus receiving yards, including season-best 235 on 15 receptions and two touchdowns against Orange Lutheran. Kyle was named to Cal-Hi Sports All-California Fourth Team and earned MaxPreps California Division I All-State Second Team honors and All-CIF Southern Section PAC 5 Division First Team accolades. He was also named to Orange County Register All-County First Team and All-Trinity League First Team

During his JUNIOR season he passed for 357 yards and two touchdowns, rushed for 235 yards and two scores and caught 51 passes for 909 yards and nine touchdowns. He had career-best 295 receiving yards, on 13 receptions, to go with three touchdowns against national powerhouse Bishop Gorman. Kyle was named to All-Trinity League First Team and Orange County Register All-County Second Team

As a SOPHOMORE had 11 catches for 170 yards and five touchdowns…also rushed for 268 yards and three touchdowns…team went 9-3 and reached second round of CIF Southern Section Pac 5 Playoffs. He earned All-Trinity League Second Team honors and was rated three stars by Scout.com, Rivals, ESPN and 247 Sports.

A four-year letterman at Washington State. Appeared in 50 games, 27 as a starter including the final 25 games, as a member of the Cougars. Recorded 139 receptions for 1,454 yards and five touchdowns during career. Served as the team’s punter as a sophomore and junior and was the lead punt returner as a senior.

2019: Received an invitation to the Los Angeles Rams’ rookie minicamp.
2020: Sweet was days away from entering the German Football League (GFL) but the coronavirus pandemic has halted those plans. Sweet had joined the GFL’s Kirchdorf Wildcats after going undrafted in the XFL league and not catching on with an NFL club as an undrafted free agent.
2021: Sweet’s golf game is stellar, currently sitting at a 5 handicap.
2022: Plays for the Barcelona Draongs winning Offensive Player of the Year award.
2023: Plays for the Paris Musketeers