Clemson’s Bresee going into draft after difficult year

Clemson defensive lineman Bryan Bresee is heading to the NFL.The 6-foot-5, 305-pound third-year starter stated Monday on social media he was getting in the draft, stating it was his long-lasting dream to play in the NFL.It has been a hard season for Bresee and his household. His 15-year-old sibling, Ella, passed away of brain cancer in September, her fight leading many of his coaches, colleagues and Tigers fans to use “Ella Strong” Tee Shirts.

Later in the season, Bresee was dealt with for a kidney infection and missed four games. He completed the season with 15 takes on and 3.5 sacks.

Bresee was ranked the No. 1 college possibility 3 years earlier and was named the Atlantic Coast Conference protective novice of the year after 2020.

His second season was cut short after he tore his ACL 4 games in and missed the rest of 2021.

In ESPN’s Mel Kiper’s list of top NFL prospects, Bresee is ranked No. 12.

Bresee, in his post, thanked his colleagues, coaches and fans for his time with the Tigers. “Although I’m excited for this next chapter of my football journey,” he wrote, “I will always be a Clemson Tiger.”

Info from The Associated Press was included in this report.

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