Rankings Updated: 1970-01-01
Highest rated Clemson signee by many services, he is among the top 100 overall players in the nation by all services...a 4-Star signee according to Rivals.com and Scout.com...#43 overall player in ESPN150, highest ranked Clemson player by ESPN...#61 player in Tom Lemming Top 100 by MaxPreps...rated as the #10 wide receiver in the nation by Rivals.com...rated as the #84 player overall by Rivals.com...ranked as eighth best player in South Carolina by Scout.com...ranked as 57th best player in the nation in the preseason by SuperPrep...4 wide receiver in the nation by ESPN.com...#8 player in the South Carolina by SuperPrep...#20 wide receiver in nation by SuperPrep... ranked as number-eight player in South Carolina by Charlotte Observer...ranked in the top 100 by Prep Stars as well...participated in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas and the US Army All America Game, only Tiger signee to play in that game...first-team All-State by The State Newspaper...all-state by the High School Sports Report...had 70 receptions for 722 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2009...had 47 catches for 800 yards as a junior...played head-to-head against Clemson signee DeAndre Hopkins in high school...coached by Kenya Fouch at T.L. Hanna High School...recruited by Brad Scott...chose Clemson over Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Tennessee, and UCLA....born Dec. 20, 1991
Mickey Plyler on Bryant: "Bryant is quite as tall as Youngblood but he is similar in that he is a taller receiver with good speed. I like the way he catches the football. I saw him early in his career and as a senior. I think he really improved his hands as a senior. The Tigers needed early help at receiver and Bryant is the kind of player that may play early but will really improve when he gets stronger."
Reminds Plyler of: Kevin Youngblood
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