Welcome to Cleveland, Harrison Bryant!
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) April 25, 2020
Bryant was a first-team All-American and was a 2019 John Mackey Award winner.
Harrison Bryant’s 2019 season was the most valuable among any NFL Draft eligible tight end. pic.twitter.com/U84oTVfEmq
— PFF Draft (@PFF_College) April 25, 2020
As a junior, he was a first-team All-conference USA selection after having 45 receptions, 662 yards, and 4 touchdowns.
In high school in Georgia, he played basketball, baseball and football, and was an offensive tackle up until his senior season when he moved to tight end.
Bryant’s size is an issue at 6’5, but he makes up for it with mobility in what he lacks in measurements.
Harrison Bryant has the physical gifts to be a mismatch in the passing game and the grit and tenacity to work sufficiently as a blocker, but he’ll need to add strength and more reliable hands to reach his full potential. #BrownsDraft pic.twitter.com/tcMYTK7RQw
— CFB Film Room (@CFBFilmRoom) April 25, 2020
He is known for his speed in the open field after the catch and is an excellent route runner.
The Browns met with Bryant during Senior Bowl week and he performed well in team reps and drills.
— CleWest (@erjmanlasvegas) April 25, 2020
— Stadium (@Stadium) April 20, 2020