In this year’s supplemental draft, the New York Jets chose not to spend any draft capital on a loaded defensive back class. However, that did not mean that the club was going to pass on talent if the opportunity was right. That was well clear when the New York Jets added more depth to the team signing the undrafted free agent out of Mississippi State, safety Brandon Bryant.
Faster than a bullet, this freak of an athlete was reportedly clocked by his coaches at 4.24 seconds in the 40-yard dash. Bryant is known as a big playmaker and in three years of college, he played 37 games, totaling 157 total tackles, five interceptions, one forced fumble, and one touchdown.