Hunter Bryant Declares For The 2020 NFL Draft

Washington Huskies junior tight end Hunter Bryant took to Twitter today to announce that he will be foregoing his senior season and declaring for the 2020 NFL Draft.

Bryant is a local star from nearby Eastside Catholic High School in Bellevue, Washington, and will be one of the top tight end prospects in the entire draft.

The 6-foot-2, 239-pound tight end recently was named as a finalist for the John Mackey Award given to the top tight end in the nation.

During this season, Bryant finished with 52 receptions, for 825 yards and 3 touchdowns and was the top target in the passing game for the Huskies.

His Twitter announcement was done by video in which he stated:

“It’s been a long journey!  From the first time I picked up a football when I was five years old to playing at Eastside Catholic and winning championships with my brothers; from training at FSP to going to UW and winning a Pac-12 championship and playing in a Rose Bowl. I’d like to thank everyone who’s helped me out along the way…especially my family, my coaches, my teammates, but most importantly, the fans of Husky Nation.”

“With that being said, I’m declaring for the 2020 NFL Draft and pursuing my childhood dreams of becoming a pro. I can’t wait to make the state of Washington proud.”



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