Cub two-way standout Myles Bryant is a do-it-all type prospect who can help a team in all three phases of the game.
As a slot receiver, he has good hands, runs very well after the catch and has the speed to out run a defense. He's also an explosive punt and kick returner and could make an immediate impact in college as a return man.
Where we really like Bryant is on the defensive side of the ball. He's not the biggest defensive back on the field but plays much bigger than his size and always competes at a very high level.
Bryant is a tough, physical kid who can cover, is strong in run support and has great football instincts. He's always around the football and is one of those players that just seems to be one or two steps ahead of everyone else. He can play corner but also has the ability to play safety as well because of his toughness and smarts.
Colorado, UCLA and Washington are the three schools heavily involved with Bryant right now and he has an official visit to Boulder set up for next weekend (Oct. 17). He'll likely set up visit dates with the Bruins and Huskies after the season before making a decision.
Here's a look at Bryant in action earlier this season when Loyola took on Gardena (Calif.) Serra.