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Bryan Bresee

Clemson

Bryan Bresee

HT:

6055

WT:

298

YR:

JR

POS:

IDL

OVR RK

14

POS RK

CEILING POTENTIAL

2

High-End Starter Potential

OVR RK

PLAYSTYLE & SCHEME FIT

In terms of scheme fit at the NFL level, Bresee's skill set is well-suited for a variety of defensive schemes. He has the potential to thrive in a 4-3 defensive system as a defensive tackle or defensive end, where he can use his athleticism and quickness to create pressure on the quarterback and disrupt plays. He could also be a good fit for a 3-4 defensive scheme, where he can play as a defensive end or as a pass-rushing outside linebacker.

SCOUTING REPORT

Bresee possesses elite instant impact upside, and he is a player who has top ten NFL Draft potential even after missing 2/3 of the 2021 college football season. At 6-5, 300lbs, Bresee possesses elite length. On tape, he has an explosive first step combined with the elite positional strength needed to be a success at the NFL level. He also possesses elite lateral quickness and twitchiness for an interior defender. He can shoot through a gap in a hurry on one play to force a bad throw, and on the next play, he can shoot through a hole to close off a run lane. Bresee can play different techniques along the line, but he projects as a 3-tech in the NFL.

Primary scout:

Brandon Lundberg

KEY STRENGTHS

Strength

Length

Athleticism

KEY WEAKNESSES

Pad Level

Double Team

Hand Use

PLAYER COMPARISONS

Ndamukong Suh

Stephon Tuitt

J.J. Watt

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