Brandon Bryant Proves Lafayette Made a Good Decision

Brandon Bryant found a home at Lafayette because of an eleventh hour roster opening, and since suiting up for the Leopards in 2014, he has taken complete advantage of the opportunity, making the Patriot League All Rookie Team as a freshman and following that up with 2nd Team All League honors as a sophomore.

A ferocious tackler, in 2015 he started all 11 games and was named the team's Linebacker MVP. He not only led the team, but was 23rd in the nation in total tackles (114), the most for a Lafayette player since Maurice Bennett had 133 in 12 games in 2005.

He led the Patriot League and finished sixth in the nation in solo tackles per game (6.5)…had six games in which he made 10 or more tackles…registered sacks against William & Mary (9/5) and Fordham (10/3)...named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week after making a career-high 18 tackles at Delaware (9/12).

Pretty impressive stats.