Harrison Bryant, TE, Florida Atlantic (6-5, 242) While Trautman had a great week, Bryant wasn’t too far behind and made a strong case to be a top-three tight end in this class. The Mackey Award winner (as college football’s top tight end) continued the momentum from his senior season, and he did a great job during practices to uncover and finish. But maybe even more impressive was the way he handled himself as a blocker, especially in pass protection. He dropped his hips, used his hands to strike and didn’t allow defenders to get past him — Alabama’s Terrell Lewis tried to use his length to overpower the point of attack, but Bryant wasn’t fazed on this one-on-one rep. Considered a borderline top-100 draft pick coming into the week, it would be surprising if Bryant falls out of Day 2. BTW No love for Memphis RB Antonio Gibson hybris RB/WR. Watched this guy for 2 years and am enamored of his skill set. Same goes for Memphis WR James Proche. Surprising Memphis QB Brady White was not on the Squad. No props for WSU QB Anthony Gordon??????