Draft Profile: TE Harrison Bryant, FAU

By: Steve Johnson

Harrison Bryant, TE, FAU

6’4 6/8″ 243 lbs

30 5/8″ arms. 9 4/8″ hands. 74″ wingspan


D.O.B. 4/23/98

4.73 40 32 1/2″ Vert. 110″ Broad Jump. 13 Bench Reps.

7.441 3 Cone Drill 4.37 20 yard Shuttle 


2016: 6 games. 6 rec, 63 yards

2017: 10 games. 32 rec, 408 yards, 5 TDs

2018: 12 games. 45 rec, 662 yards, 4 TDs; 1 att, 2 yards

2019: 13 games. 65 rec, 1004 yards, 7 TDs

Misc. Stats:

Accolades: 2017 Second-team All-Conference USA, 2018 First-team All-Conference USA, 2019 First-team All-Conference USA, 2019 Unanimous All-American, 2019 John Mackey Award


History: Two-star recruit from Milledgeville, GA. Attended John Milledge Academy, where he played both ways (played OT until switching to TE as a Senior). The two-time All-State selection, also played basketball and baseball.

Strengths: Good height. Good speed to stretch the seam. Above average movement skills. Pretty shifty and loose hips, upside as a route runner. Has some blocking experience (played OT up until SR year in High School).

Weaknesses: Thin framed. Lacks play strength. Lined up mostly in the slot. Limited route tree, primarily used on slants, quick outs, and occasional 9 route. Although almost 6’5, he has short arms (30 5/8″) and his wingspan is 74″. Didn’t play against a ton of competition.

Overview: Late bloomer with nice seem stretching upside. He’s going to take some time to get adjusted and get stronger. He has the size and pass catching skills that’s coveted in today’s game.

Evaluation based on games. N. Texas 18′ UAB 19′, Ohio St. 19′

Draft Projection: Mid-Late Day Two

Phanaddict Draft Grade: 5.61

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