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Name: Harrison Bryant 
College: Florida Atlantic     Number: 40
Height: 6-5   Weight: 243
Position: TE  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2020

40 Low: 4.63
   40 Time: 4.73
  40 High: 4.80
Projected Round: 2-3  Stock:   High: 2-3rd  Low: 4th

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6046
Weight: 243

Zybek PD3X AKA "Official"
40 Yard Dash (ET):
 4.73
40 Yard Dash (HH): 4.68
20 Yard (ET): 2.77
20 Yard (HH): 2.71
10 Yard (ET): 1.63
10 Yard (HH): 1.63
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 13
Vertical Jump: 32 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'02"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.37
3-Cone Drill: 7.41
Projected 4.66/+.07

Dates: 04/02/20
Hand: 09 1/2  Arm: 30 5/8
Wingspan: 74

Height: 6046
Weight: 243
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 Data Scout Notes: **2019: MackeyWinner/1stC/MackeyFinalist...P1stDS/PMackey/P1stC...1st team All-CUSA w/45-662-14.7-4 rec in 12 gms in '18. 2nd team All-CUSA w/32-308-12.8-5 rec in 11 gms in '17. CUSA All-Freshman Team w/6-63-10.5-0 rec, 1-5-5.0-0 KR in 1 st, 12 gms in '16.

 Harrison Bryant, Florida Atlantic, Player News


  Just two days after being selected in the fourth round of the NFL Draft, former Florida Atlantic tight end Harrison Bryant was named Palm Beach County's Amateur Athlete of the Year, the Palm Beach County Sports Commission announced Monday. Bryant was a fourth-round pick of the Cleveland Browns on Saturday and earned the John Mackey award, given to the nation's top tight end, after amassing 1,004 receiving yards and seven touchdowns. He is the first player from a Group of Five conference to win the award. Bryant joins an illustrious list of winners that that includes former FAU star Devin Singletary, now a running back with the Buffalo Bills, and Rusty Smith, a former quarterback for the Tennessee Titans. - Palm Beach Post

(DS#3 TE) Sr/2020 TE Harrison BryantFlorida Atlantic
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  Harrison Bryant was selected by the Cleveland Browns in the fourth round at pick No. 115 on Saturday in the 2020 NFL draft. D'Joun Smith (2015, No. 65 overall), Rob Housler (2011, No. 69), and Devin Singletary (2019, No. 74) and Trey Hendrickson (2017, No. 103) are the former Owls who have been drafted higher than Bryant, who's the 10th FAU player to be selected in the draft. Bryant, the 2019 John Mackey Award winner and first non-Power Five player to receive the honor, was one of the top tight end prospects in this year's draft class after being one of the lowest-ranked prospects in FAU's 2016 recruiting class. He was the sixth tight end selected in the draft after recording 65 receptions for 1,004 yards and seven touchdowns during the 2019 season. Bryant finished his four-year career with the Owls with 148 receptions for 2,137 yards and 16 touchdowns, being named first-team All-Conference USA twice and second-team once. - Sun-Sentinel

(DS#3 TE) Sr/2020 TE Harrison BryantFlorida Atlantic
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  Harrison Bryant didn't plan for his 2020 NFL draft preparation to take him back to Georgia so soon. Originally, he expected to spend the month leading up to the draft training at FAU, where he made a name for himself nationally. But the novel coronavirus pandemic, and the ensuing closure of the Owls' facilities, took the tight end back to where his football career began. Bryant, a Gray, Ga. native, has spent the past few weeks staying at a lake house in central Georgia. He's been working out and running routes at his old high school, John Milledge Academy, with the help of Cody Mahler, the football team's strength coach and special teams coordinator.

Outside of the adjustment in switching training locations and not being able to have in-person visits, Bryant said the pre-draft process hasn't changed too much for him. He was able to meet with teams in person during the Senior Bowl in January and NFL combine in February. He has since been meeting with teams through Zoom video teleconferencing. Bryant said he wasn't surprised when FAU's Pro Day, which was scheduled for April 2, was nixed when the NFL canceled all in-person visits with draft prospects in March. But he empathized with his former teammates who didn't have the opportunities to showcase their talents through multiple scouting opportunities like he had. "All I was going to do at Pro Day anyway was run routes and catch balls," Bryant said. "Knowing that all the others guys - Brandon [Walton], Rashad [Smith] - and all of them, didn't get to go to the combine and get the opportunity to showcase their talents really sucks." - Sun-Sentinel


(DS#3 TE) Sr/2020 TE Harrison BryantFlorida Atlantic
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  2020 NFL COMBINE INVITE: Harrison Bryant, TE, Florida Atlantic,...Bryant earned the University's Athletic Academic Achievement award at the University's Honors Convocation...Earned Spring Game Offensive MVP honors along with John Mitchell...Named to 2019 C-USA Preseason first team offense by Athlon Sports & Life...First Team preseason All-Conference selection by Phil Steele's Magazine...Led the team with six catches and 79 yards in the season opener at Ohio State, a game that he also served as a team captain. - Florida Atlantic Football

(DS#3 TE) Sr/2020 TE Harrison BryantFlorida Atlantic
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  2019 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FIRST TEAM (COACHES): TE Harrison Bryant, Sr., Florida Atlantic,...Bryant has tallied 1,004 yards receiving on 65 catches, both tops among all FBS tight ends, and has scored all seven of his touchdowns in the last six games. That touchdown number ranks fourth nationally for tight ends, and all three totals pace tight ends in C-USA. He is second among league passcatchers – regardless of position – in yards, and is listed fifth in receptions. On his third reception in the C-USA title game, he went over 1,000 yards, becoming only the third C-USA tight end to ever reach that plateau in the league's 25 years, as well as the just third Owl in FAU's all-time history. - Florida Atlantic Football

(DS#3 TE) Sr/2020 TE Harrison BryantFlorida Atlantic
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  2019 JOHN MACKEY AWARD WINNER: Harrison Bryant of Florida Atlantic University football was voted on Wednesday as the winner of the 2019 John Mackey Award, as the most outstanding tight end in college football. Bryant is the first Owl in the 19-year history of the FAU football program to receive a national individual accolade, and will be presented with the trophy on Thursday during The Home Depot College Football Awards Red Carpet Show in Atlanta (which can be viewed live on ESPNU beginning at 6 p.m.). The senior and Gray, Georgia, native leads all tight ends nationwide with 65 catches and 1,004 receiving yards, and ranks fourth in FBS with seven touchdowns (all coming in his last six games). Not only is Bryant the first Owl to earn such a prestigious national honor, he is the first non-Power Five player to ever receive the Mackey Award, which will be presented Thursday for the 20th time. "I'm extremely honored to represent FAU in receiving such a prestigious award," said Bryant. "This wouldn't have been possible without my teammates, coaches, and all of the support staff at FAU." - Florida Atlantic Football

(DS#3 TE) Sr/2020 TE Harrison BryantFlorida Atlantic
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  Conference USA announced its 2019 All-Conference football teams today, as selected by the league's 14 head football coaches. Nine of the 14 schools placed at least one player on the first team, with Marshall producing a league-high eight selections, followed by C-USA Champion Florida Atlantic with five and WKU with four. Marshall had the most combined first and second-team members with 11, followed by Louisiana Tech with eight and Southern Miss and WKU with seven apiece. - Conference USA Football

(DS#3 TE) Sr/2020 TE Harrison BryantFlorida Atlantic
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  2019 JOHN MACKEY AWARD FINALIST: Harrison Bryant (SR, Florida Atlantic),...Bryant, a senior from Gray, Georgia, leads all of the nation's tight ends with 58 receptions and 890 yards receiving. Those totals not only lead all Conference USA tight ends, but ranks second among all league passcatchers in yards, while slotting fifth in receptions. This past weekend, in the Owls' 40-26 win over UTSA, he had a career day, recording 10 receptions for a new personal standard of 192 yards. The victory gave FAU first place outright in the C-USA East Division, and should the Owls win Saturday, would mean a clinch of the division crown and homefield advantage in the C-USA title game. - Florida Atlantic Football

(DS#3 TE) Sr/2020 TE Harrison BryantFlorida Atlantic
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  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT FBS G5 FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: TE Harrison Bryant, Florida Atlantic, Sr.,...Bryant started each of the team's 12 games a year ago and finished his junior campaign with the second most receiving yards and the second most receiving touchdowns on the team. The Georgia native uses his size to provide protection, and consistent hands to make him a quarterback favorite. He has played in 35 games over the last three seasons, improving his production in each. Bryant has a career total of 1,133 yards receiving and nine scores. - Florida Atlantic Football

(DS#3 TE) Sr/2020 TE Harrison BryantFlorida Atlantic
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  2019 PRESEASON JOHN MACKEY AWARD WATCH LIST: Harrison Bryant, SR, FAU,...Bryant is just returning from Conference USA Media Days, where the Georgia native was honored as a Preseason All-Conference selection. Bryant is expected to return and hold down his role as the Owls' starting tight end for the third consecutive season. Bryant started each of the team's 12 games a year ago and finished his junior campaign with the second most receiving yards and the second most receiving touchdowns on the team. The Georgia native uses his size to provide protection, and consistent hands to make him a quarterback favorite. He has played in 35 games over the last three seasons, improving his production in each. Bryant has a career total of 1,133 yards receiving and nine scores. - Florida Atlantic Football

(DS#3 TE) Sr/2020 TE Harrison BryantFlorida Atlantic
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  2019 PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE USA (COACHES): TE Harrison Bryant, Sr., Florida Atlantic,...Bryant is expected to return and hold down his role as the Owls' starting tight end for the third consecutive season. Bryant started each of the team's 12 games a year ago and finished his junior campaign with the second most receiving yards and the second most receiving touchdowns on the team. The Georgia native uses his size to provide protection, and consistent hands to make him a quarterback favorite. He has played in 35 games over the last three seasons, improving his production in each. Bryant has a career total of 1,133 yards receiving and nine scores. - Florida Atlantic Football

(DS#3 TE) Sr/2020 TE Harrison BryantFlorida Atlantic
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