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Bryant Pushing His Draft Stock Up?

Per Omar Kelly, South Sun-Sentinel:

I’m told Bryant, made a favorable impression on the Trifecta from the character standpoint. However, I’m also told it’ll comes down to his intellect, and how he came across when the film got broken down. Offensive coordinator Dan Henning prefers receivers who are intelligent enough to quickly pick up route adjustments, which is something college receivers don’t do enough of. That’s why Brian Hartline got on the field so quickly (leapfrogging Patrick Turner) last season, and made an immediate impact. I’m told Bryant’s football IQ isn’t fully developed yet.

Kelly also mentions in the same article that the Dolphins would not be afraid to rely on their ability to select diamonds in the rough in the later rounds of the draft when it comes to choosing nose tackles. Could this enhance Bryants draft stock in the Dolphins eyes? Of course, the Fins will have to be fully convinced that Bryant is there guy, but with his raw ability, and his skill at making everybody around him better (Oklahoma States whole offense while in college) the Fins will have to take Bryant into hard consideration.

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One Response to “Bryant Pushing His Draft Stock Up?”

  1. Deof Movestofca says:

    If Bryant really did convince the Trifecta and they decide to take him (should he still be there, for which there are no guarantees), I’m willing to at least initially give them and him the benefit of the doubt until and unless he proves unworthy of it. After all, they’ve had a chance to meet the guy and I haven’t. However, from what I’ve heard of him, he seems to be too much of a risk for a team with as many holes as the ‘Phins have. I believe they can get another just as talented player at a different area of need who doesn’t have as many red flags.

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