Bryan Bresee is a young American football player who was born on April 9, 2002, in Damascus, Maryland. He is currently a defensive tackle for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League.
At Damascus High School, where Bresee started playing football in high school, he soon established himself as one of the best high school football players in the nation. He won the Maryland Gatorade Player of the Year award for his senior season after compiling 41 tackles, 12 sacks, and two forced fumbles.
Bresee decided to enroll at Clemson University to play football after finishing high school. In his first season, he had 33 tackles and four sacks, having a significant influence on the club almost away.
Numerous publications named him a Freshman All-American, and he was a contender for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy.
Bresee maintained his impressive play in his second season, compiling 49 tackles, six sacks, and a forced fumble. He was selected for the First Team All-ACC and was a Chuck Bednarik Award nominee.
Bresee is predicted to be selected highly in the NFL draft when he becomes eligible since he is one of the best defensive linemen in college football. He is renowned for his great work ethic and commitment to football off the field.
Bresee is a force to be reckoned with on the football field at 6’5″ and 300 pounds. He is renowned for his power, quickness, and capacity to interfere with plays in the backfield. Bresee is primed to continue having a huge impact in the NFL.
Bresee is renowned for his modesty and hard ethic off the field. He gives his family and coaches credit for his accomplishment, and he’s driven to keep getting better both as a player and a person.
Bryan Bresee Family
Bryan Bresee’s family happens to be his parents Rich Bresee and Meghan Bresee. He is also known to have three siblings by the names of Ella Bresee, Kendall Bresee, and Bailey Bresee.
Ella his younger sister was diagnosed with a very serious brain cancer which unfortunately lead to her death in September 2022.
She was just 15 years at the time of her death.
While being selected for the NFL draft, Bryan Bresee kept his deceased sister Ella in his thoughts.
On draft night, Bresee, 21, and his family donned “Ella Strong” shirts in remembrance of the athlete’s sister, who passed away in September from an aggressive type of brain cancer.
With the 29th choice in the 2023 NFL Draft, the New Orleans Saints picked the former defensive tackle for Clemson University.