BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter awarded All-Conference honors since his sophomore campaign. Senior-year receiving totals included 87/936/8 when he also averaged 28 yards on 36 kick returns and added two touchdowns. Junior-year receiving numbers included 88/1068/6.
POSITIVES: Elusive, playmaking ball-handler who produces as a pass-catcher and a return specialist. Quick off the line, sells routes, and gets separation from defenders. Displays good awareness, on the same page as his quarterback, and makes the reception with good fundamentals. Adjusts to the errant throw, looks the ball into his hands, and snatches passes from the air. Gets vertical and contorts for the difficult reception. Makes defenders miss in the open field and creates yardage.
NEGATIVES: More quick than fast and not a deep threat. Struggles making the difficult catch in a crowd, loses out in battles, and plays soft. Has character issues, which must be checked out.
ANALYSIS: Bryant is an ultra-productive college player who made an impact at Purdue upon his arrival. He projects as a third receiver in the NFL and must make an impact on special teams.