Corbin Bryant

Corbin Bryant
Team Number:98
Birth Date:01/30/1989
Position:Defensive End

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Corbin Bryant was raised in Chicago, Illinois and played football for Morgan Park High School.

Corbin Bryant only played one year of high school football but made 105 tackles, eight sacks, two forced fumbles, caught 28 passes for 450 yards and made seven touchdowns. After only playing on year at Morgan Park Corbin Bryant was ranked 27th prospect in Illinois by Corbin Bryant also earned honorable mention all state, all area honors and played in Chicago city all-star game.

In 2006, Corbin Bryant joined the Northwestern Wildcats football team. Corbin Bryant was a reserve defensive end and played in two Northwestern Wildcats football games before he broke his leg in practice and missed the rest of the Northwestern Wildcats football season.

In 2007, Corbin Bryant played in nine Northwestern football games. The 6’4” 285 lbs defensive lineman made a five tackles.

In 2008, Corbin Bryant had his first Northwestern Wildcats start against Syracuse where he make four tackles and a forced fumble. Corbin Bryant played his best game when Northwestern played Michigan State which was his fourth straight start. During that game Corbin Bryant made a career best four solo tackles, assisted on one tackle for loss and had one quarterback hurry. When the Northwestern Wildcats played Iowa Corbin Bryant made a fumble recovery which led to Northwestern’s game winning point. Corbin Bryant received the Randy Walker Wildcat Warrior Award that is given to a Northwestern Wildcat football player who demonstrates the work ethic, toughness and attitude of a warrior.

In 2009, Corbin Bryant started in all 13 Northwestern Wildcats football games. During the Northwestern Wildcats 2009 football season Corbin Bryant made 30 tackles and 5.5 tackles for loss. When the Northwestern Wildcats played Minnesota Corbin Bryant made for tackles that included a sack for an eight yard loss. Corbin Bryan received the Northwestern Wildcats Bryan Paynter “Ultimate Wildcat” Award that is given to a player who serves as an example by confronting adversity with courage and dedication and always putting the needs of the team first. Corbin Bryant is expected to have an All Big Ten season during the Northwestern Wildcats 2010 football season.

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