2020 NFL Combine: Tight End Prospects, Invites, What To Watch For

2020 NFL Combine: Tight End Prospects, Invites, What To Watch For

2020 NFL Draft

2020 NFL Combine: Tight End Prospects, Invites, What To Watch For

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1. Harrison Bryant, Florida Atlantic 6-5, 240 (3)

Why He’s Here On The List: FAU’s leading receiver last season, the good-sized Bryant came up with 65 grabs for 1,004 yards and seven touchdowns. He might not look the part, but he’s a terrific blocker to go along with the moves and feel of a natural receiver.

What The NFL Types Want To See: How fluid is he? He might be move well and he has the football straight-line speed to be a main target, but can he be quick enough to be used in a full NFL route tree? As long as he shows the tools to hang with the rest of the top prospects, he’ll be fine.

Bottom Line: He might be the No. 1 tight end on some boards. A fantastic receiver over his last three seasons with the Owls, he’s got the talent and upside to be a steal outside of the top 50. If he rips up the offseason workouts in the short drills, he’ll be a must-have chance to take.

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