2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about HARRISON BRYANT: Florida Atlantic, 6046 242 4.73. Three-year starter, Gray, GA. Made the move from offensive tackle to tight end as a senior in high school. Went on to earn second-team All Conference USA in 2017 and first-team the past two years. Was also an All-America and won the John Mackey Award as a senior. Was the only tight end in the country to finish with over 1,000 yards receiving. The volume of the Florida Atlantic passing game helped a bit, but his production was no fluke. He has a lot of tools that translate well to the next level. Tougher than nails, has an outstanding lower body when it comes to quickness and agility, and will look to take a defender’s head off when he can. This overly physical pass catcher may have some size and strength limitations, but he has the tools to really make a difference in the passing game right away. A go-getter as a pass catcher. Has a blend of physical and football intelligence paired with soft hands. Twitchy and loose lower half that enables him to get in and of breaks like a receiver. Will get open underneath. Quick to get his head around with hands up and ready. Seamless adjustments to the ball and will come down with it in traffic. Shows immediate ability to move north the instant he touches the ball. Will run over, around, and away from defenders after the catch. Has a nasty demeanor as a blocker. Locks his hands on, sticks a strong grip, and will keep his lower body active. Has a slender frame with short arms. Lacks traditional tight end bulk. May not have the body to add much more, which will leave him undersized. Effort can only do so much when blocking inline, he may be limited in that role. Has a bunch of focus-drops. Doesn’t win his share of 50/50 balls when he has to go up and get it. 2019 stats: 65-1004, 15.5 ypr, 7 TD. OSR:17/19. Third/fourth round. (A-30 5/8, H-9 1/2, VJ-32.5, SS-4.37).