Draft Profile: TE Hunter Bryant, Washington

By: Steve Johnson

Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington

6’2 2/8″ 248 lbs

32″ arms. 10″ (R, Pinky Deformation*), 10 3/8″ (L) hands. 76 4/8″ wingspan.

Junior

D.O.B. 8/20/98

4.74 40 32 1/2″ Vert. 115″ Broad Jump. 23 Bench Reps.

7.08 3 Cone Drill 4.46 20 yard Shuttle 

Stats/Accolades/History:

2017: 9 games. 22 rec, 331 yards, 1 TD

2018: 5 games. 11 rec, 238 yards, 1 TD

2019: 12 games. 52 rec, 825 yards, 3 TDs, 2 att, -4 yards

Misc. Stats: 17 total tackles, 2 TFL in career

Accolades: 2019 First-team All-Pac 12

Injuries: Torn ACL and LCL in 2017, torn meniscus in 2018

History: Four-star recruit from Bellevue, WA. Won 2 3A State Championships at Eastside Catholic, catching 138 passes for 2,483 yards and 15 TDs in his career. Also played basketball in High School. Father was the former strength and conditioning coach at Washington.

Strengths: Good athlete. Can stretch it vertically. Movement ability is a plus. Hands are big and strong. Mismatch specialist, who can overpower DBs or run by LBs. Stronger than his frame would suggest. Impressive body control and ball skills, especially given his height. Great RAC ability. Lower center of gravity, hard for smaller DBs to bring down. Fights for extra yards

Weaknesses: Lacks ideal length. Not an overly special athlete by any means. Will get overpowered blocking in-line. Might be viewed by some as just a rotational player you flex out into the slot. Not experienced with guys in his face at the LOS. Hips are a little tight. Injury history will need to be vetted.

Overview: An athletic Y Tight End that can stretch the seam and cause mismatches in the passing game. He lacks the size and blocking ability to be counted on as true in-line blocker at this time. Expect him to be a rotational player, who could eventually groom into a productive player.

Evaluation based on games. Ohio St. 18′, Oregon 19′, Arizona 19′

Draft Projection: Late Day Two

Phanaddict Draft Grade: 5.54

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