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Clemson commit Bryan Bresee plays with broken hand in state title win


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Bryan Bresee - Defensive Tackle
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Height: 6-5   Weight: 290   Hometown: Damascus, MD (Damascus HS)   Class: 2020
ESPN:
#3 Overall, #1 DT, #1 MD
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#1 Overall, #1 DT, #1 MD
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# 3 Overall, # 1 DT, # 1 MD

Nation's No. 1 prospect and defensive lineman Bryan Bresee helped lead Damascus (Md.) back to a state championship on Thursday despite having to play with a broken hand suffered the week prior, according to the Washington Post.

Bresee even scored a rushing touchdown in the win.

“I was like, ‘I’m not missing my last game of high school for anything,’” Bresee told the Washington Post.

Damascus had won three titles in a row on a 53-game winning streak before being upset in the playoffs last year, returning to the top with a 12-2 run in 2019.

Check out more of Bresee's postgame reaction and clips from the win below:

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