Harrison Bryant is an American footballer who plays for the National Football League (NFL). Bryant plays for the Cleveland Browns as their tight end. He was drafted in the fourth round in the 2020 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns. In May 2020, Harrison signed his rookie contract with the team.
Bryant played basketball, baseball, and football at John Milledge Academy. Harrison went to Florida Atlantic University. He played college football for their team, Florida Atlantic. On September 13, 2020, Harrison made his NFL professional debut. He was named the PFWA All-Rookie Team in 2020.
Quick Facts: Harrison Bryant
|Birthday||April 23, 1998|
|Height||6 Feet 5 Inches|
|Education||Florida Atlantic University|
10 Fun Facts About Footballer Harrison Bryant
- Harrison Bryant was born on April 23, 1998, and his current age is 22 years. Bryant’s zodiac sign is Taurus.
- Harrison’s nationality is American as he was born and raised in Macon, Georgia, USA. Bryant’s ethnicity is Caucasian.
- Bryant’s four-year contract with Cleveland brown has earned him $4,064,032 including $3,295,000 as base salary, reports Over The Cap. Harrison Bryant’s net worth is still under review.
- How Tall Is Harrison Bryant? The footballer is 6 feet 5 inches or 1.96 m tall. Harrison weighs around 110 kg or 243 lb.
- Bryant’s NFL stats are present on his Wikipedia page including his bio and the details about his career.
- Harrison Bryant has 16.7k followers on his Instagram account. He has 20 posts so far and Bryant’s first Instagram post was in August 2015.
- The footballer’s parents are Brad Bryant and Alyson Bryant. Harrison Bryant’s parents have been highly supportive of his football career and supported him in every game.
- Harrison joined Twitter in July 2011, where he has 7.1k followers. Bryant is active on the social media platform with 345 tweets.
- Bryant has managed to keep the details about his relationship and the name of his girlfriend private.
- Harrison has won several awards and honors. Harrison won the John Mackey Award in college and was the unanimous All-American selection.