Position: Defensive End
Previous College: None
Status: On Scholarship
At just 215 pounds, Bryant clearly wasn't close to ready to play defensive end at the Division I level when we signed him, especially not in the Big 12, but the promise of that position is what secured his signature for the Cats.
Everyone else wanted to him play at linebacker. But don't be fooled by his size. He's a natural pass rusher.
I'd say there is a 99.9-percent certainty Bryant will redshirt this season. He needs to live in the weight room from approximately now until this time next year. Then let's see what we're dealing with.
Per one GoPowercat.com poster, he's now up to the 220- to 225-pound range, with a target weight in the fall of 240.