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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: Transfer from Auburn...2020: 2ndC...PNagurski...2019: 16 TT, 2 TFL, 1.5 SCK, 2 PBU, 9 QBH, FR in 13 gms in '19. Backup w/18 TT, 4 TFL, 3.5 SCK, INT/returned for a TD, 3 PBU, 4 QBH, FF in 13 gms in '18. SEC All-Freshman Team w/5 TT, 2.5 TFL, 2 SCK, FF in 13 gms in '17. Cousin, Montravious Adams, was drafted by the NFL.

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  A third former Auburn player is transferring to UCF to reunite with former Tigers coach Gus Malzahn. Defensive end Big Kat Bryant, who entered the transfer portal in January, announced Tuesday that he has committed to UCF, where Malzahn was named head coach last month. Bryant will be immediately eligible as a grad transfer for the Knights. The former four-star prospect spent the last four seasons at Auburn, appearing in 48 games during his career on the Plains. He was named one of four team captains last season, along with quarterback Bo Nix, linebacker K.J. Britt and running back Shaun Shivers. - Birmingham News

(DS#27 DE) rSr/2022 DE Big Kat BryantCentral Florida
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  Less than a week after Auburn's Big Kat Bryant announced he had entered the transfer portal, the senior defensive end has found a new home. Bryant announced Saturday he is transferring to Tennessee for his final season of eligibility. Bryant becomes the second defensive lineman to transfer from Auburn after Daquan Newkirk announced he was leaving for Florida on Thursday. Bryant's decision to transfer to Tennessee will reunite him with former Auburn defensive coordinator Kevin Steele, who the Volunteers hired as a defensive assistant earlier this week. - Opelika-Auburn News

(DS#27 DE) rSr/2022 DE Big Kat BryantCentral Florida
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  Auburn defensive linemen Big Kat Bryant and Daquan Newkirk plan to play college football in 2021; it just might not be as Tigers. Bryant and Newkirk announced Sunday they are entering the transfer portal as they weigh their options for the 2021 season. In entering the portal, both could ultimately return to Auburn for one final season of eligibility or instead suit up for another team come next fall. Bryant graduated from Auburn this December, which means he would be immediately eligible wherever he chooses to play. - Dothan Eagle

(DS#27 DE) rSr/2022 DE Big Kat BryantCentral Florida
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  2020 ALL-SEC SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DL Big Kat Bryant, Auburn,...SEC Co-Freshman of the Year Tank Bigsby highlighted a quartet of Tiger football players earning Southeastern Conference honors. Senior defensive lineman Big Kat Bryant and junior placekicker Anders Carlson earned second team All-SEC honors, while defensive lineman Colby Wooden made the Freshman All-SEC team. - Auburn Football

(DS#27 DE) rSr/2022 DE Big Kat BryantCentral Florida
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  Senior defensive end and team captain Big Kat Bryant, who was limited during the Tigers' season-opener against Kentucky due to an ankle injury, said he is "feeling great" after Auburn's first practice of the week. Bryant injured his ankle during practice last week and, after warming up pregame on Saturday, did not start against the Wildcats. In fact, Bryant didn't see the field the entire first half of Auburn's 29-13 win, but he gave it a go in the second half, though his snaps were still limited after halftime. Bryant finished with just one tackle, though his insertion into the lineup at times during the second half provided Auburn's shorthanded defensive line with a boost.

Bryant recorded his lone tackle on the first play he saw the field--a stop of Kentucky running back Kavosiey Smoke at the UK 2-yard line after Bo Nix pinned the Wildcats deep with a pooch punt. The Tigers nearly recorded a safety on that defensive possession but settled for forcing a three-and-out after the Wildcats lost 1 yard on the drive. Bryant, a native of Georgia who nearly signed with the Bulldogs, expects to be closer to 100 percent for Saturday's trip to Athens, Ga. No. 7 Auburn (1-0) will take on No. 4 Georgia (1-0) at 6:30 p.m. CT, with the game airing on ESPN. "I'm feeling great, man," Bryant said Tuesday."...I'm feeling pretty good, and I'm definitely going to play on Saturday, so I'm looking forward to it." - Birmingham News


(DS#27 DE) rSr/2022 DE Big Kat BryantCentral Florida
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  2021 SENIOR BOWL WATCH LIST: Big Kat Bryant, Auburn,...Bryant, a defensive end, tallied nine quarterback hurries, 16 tackles and two tackles for loss as a junior in 2019. His 83-yard fumble recovery was a key play in Auburn's season-opening win vs. Oregon. - Auburn Football

(DS#27 DE) rSr/2022 DE Big Kat BryantCentral Florida
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  Bryant was a key contributor on Auburn's defensive line in 2019, but Derrick Brown and Davidson stole the spotlight with their highlight reels. As one of two returning starters on the line, Bryant has a huge weight on his shoulders. Since returning to practice, he's played three positions - buck, defensive end and defensive tackle - while preparing the young players for Auburn's high expectations of the defensive line. In his senior season, Bryant wants to carry on Brown and Davidson's legacy while making his own mark. "He wants to leave as good as they did," said Shelton Felton, Tennessee's outside linebackers coach and Bryant's high school coach. "He just wants to be great. Be the best leader on and off the field, just be Big Kat and show people why he's a top recruit."

Bryant wants to be a dominant pass rusher who can make the play on every down. He's hesitant to set specific goals with the uncertainty surrounding the season, but he said he wants 10 sacks. Last year, Bryant was just a step away from making big time plays, and it showed in his stats. While Bryant only had 1.5 sacks, he recorded nine quarterback hurries, the most on the team. In the spring, Bryant went to work out with NFL players where he learned more about his footwork and how to use his hands. Bryant found a trainer during the quarantine to help him with "shaving off that tenth of a second." "He invested in himself," Felton said, and it paid off. "He's got himself quicker. He got himself leaner." - Birmingham News


(DS#27 DE) rSr/2022 DE Big Kat BryantCentral Florida
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  2020 BRONKO NAGURSKI TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: DE Big Kat Bryant, Auburn,...Bryant, a defensive end, tallied nine quarterback hurries, 16 tackles and two tackles for loss as a junior in 2019. His 83-yard fumble recovery was a key play in Auburn's season-opening win vs. Oregon. - Auburn Football

(DS#27 DE) rSr/2022 DE Big Kat BryantCentral Florida
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