A look at the top 25 prospects in the state of Washington

There are only two spots left in the Dawgman 2017 In-State Top 25 and today we take a look at number two on our list, Eastside Catholic (Sammamish, Wa.) TE Hunter Bryant, a Husky commit and a player who could fill multiple roles on offense once he arrives next summer...

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Scouting Report: Bryant is one of the most athletic players, regardless of position, in the west. He's deceptively fast and strong and he plays with a physicality you don't see from a lot of "skill" position players. Bryant is super-athletic with strong hands, great explosiveness and natural football instincts. Washington hasn't had a receiving threat at tight end like Bryant in quite some time, arguably since Jerramy Stevens graduated, but Bryant could definitely change that once he arrives next summer. Some thing Bryant is the best player in the state of Washington and it's hard to argue that with his abilities to stretch the field while also being an underrated blocker in the running game as well.

Top Schools: Washington beat out UCLA for Bryant, but he had offers from several schools including Auburn, Oklahoma, Oklahoma StateNebraskaUSC and Utah among others. 

Dawgman 2017 In-State Top 25: 21-25

Dawgman 2017 In-State Top 25: 16 - 20

Dawgman 2017 In-State Top 25: 11-15

Dawgman 2017 In-State Top 25: 6-10

Dawgman 2017 In-State Top 25: #5

Dawgman 2017 In-State Top 25: #4

Dawgman 2017 In-State Top 25: #3

Dawgman 2017 In-State Top 25: #1


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