Bryant has been a playmaker since his freshman season for the Boilermakers. That season he caught 38 balls for 584 yards and three touchdowns on the season. As a sophomore, he caught 80 passes for 960 yards and four touchdowns. Bryant had his best season as a junior, hauling in career highs of 87 passes for 1,068 yards and six touchdowns. He closed out his career with another fine campaign, catching 87 passes for 936 yards and eight touchdowns.
Bryant is one of the more explosive, multi-purpose wideouts in this class. He is a very good athlete, with excellent quickness and very good speed. He can break off a big play at any time. He is a standout receiver and return man and should be a playmaker at both spots.
Bryant lacks ideal size and he will not be able to operate over the middle of the field because of it. He can be overpowered by physical corners and taken out of plays. He has also had some inconsistencies with his hands during his career.
Bryant brings a lot of big play ability to the field, but he needs to become more consistent. He may never be a superstar because of his lack of well rounded skills as a receiver, but he could be a valuable contributor to his team in the league.