Could Hunter Bryant Be the First Tight End Off the Board? A 2020 NFL Draft Prospect Profile
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Hunter Bryant is one of the best young tight ends in the nation. His 2019 success in concert with his athletic gifts no doubt played a part in his deciding to enter the draft in 2020. Bryant’s skills and pedigree will make him one of the top prospects at his position.

BACKGROUND

Bryant was born in Issaquah, Washington and attended Eastside Catholic High School in his home town. During his time with the Crusaders, Bryant caught 138 passes for 2,483 yards. Thirty-five of his receptions were for touchdowns. Bryant also played basketball in high school.

Bryant was a four-star recruit in 2017 according to 247sports.com, who had him ranked as the No. 5 TE prospect in the nation. A host of top colleges programs across the nation were interested in Bryant. Despite interest from teams like Oklahoma, Washington State, and Oregon, Bryant only made one campus visit. That visit was to Washington. He committed to the Huskies shortly afterward.

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Neil Dutton

Lead Writer, soft spot for the tight end position. Will never stop loving Duke Johnson.
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