Bryan Bresee Set Up For Dominant Year

Bryan Bresee is ready to be the dominant force he was projected to be out of high school

Bryan Bresee Set Up For Dominant Year

Bryan Bresee should have the eyes of all college football fans this fall. The Junior defensive lineman missed out on a majority of the season last year but has made a full recovery.

Bresee is one of the anchors within the defensive line and has many NFL writers putting him in the top fifteen of many NFL mock drafts.

Bryan took college football by storm in his freshman season, winning ACC defensive rookie of the year and becoming an All-American almost overnight. Bresee was credited with 33 tackles, four sacks, a forced fumble, and a safety as he helped lead the Tigers to the playoffs in the strangest college football season dominated by Covid-19.

Despite the injury limiting him to four games, Bresee was a third-team All-ACC selection with 15 tackles, 1.5 sacks, and an interception.

For Bresee, he could very well have a similar season to Jordan Davis, who won both the Bednarik and Outland trophies. The Bednarik goes to the nation’s top defensive player, while the Outland trophy goes to the best defensive lineman in the country.

While Bresee has competition for these awards within the defensive line, he is more than capable of living up to the expectations of the national media and Clemson. Fanbase. He looks to be one of the championship cornerstones, leading the Tigers back to the ACC crown and a spot in the coveted College Football Playoff.

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