It’s been a big season so far for Washington freshman Hunter Bryant, who has emerged as the Huskies No. 2 receiving target behind Dante Pettis. And his numbers have him in line for some major national honors.
The latest recognition has come from analytics site Pro Football Focus, which has Bryant as the top freshman tight end in the country and second-highest rated freshman overall:
Through 6 weeks of the college football season – these freshmen have impressed. pic.twitter.com/9I1S131Mnk
— PFF College Football (@PFF_College) October 12, 2017
The 6’2”, 239-pound Bryant has caught 19 passes for 303 yards with one touchdown, which he caught in last week’s 38-7 win over California when he had career highs in receptions (nine) and yards (121). Most of his production has come on first down, when he’s had 10 catches for 193 yards, though four of his five third down receptions have resulted in first downs.
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