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COLLEGE CAREER – The fourth defensive tackle selected in the 2023 NFL Draft, Bryan Bresee played in 26 games with 21 starts at Clemson, producing 50 tackles (27 solo), 15 tackles for loss, nine sacks, one forced fumble, one interception and five passes defensed during his collegiate career. A three-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection, Bresee fought through injuries and personal tragedy in 2022 to manage 15 tackles, 5.5 stops for loss, 3.5 sacks and two passes defensed for the ACC champions. The Maryland native's athleticism, ability to rush the passer from the inside as well as stop the run will put him in competition for a starting spot on the interior of New Orleans' defensive line
COLLEGE CAREER – The fourth defensive tackle selected in the 2023 NFL Draft, Bryan Bresee played in 26 games with 21 starts at Clemson, producing 50 tackles (27 solo), 15 tackles for loss, nine sacks, one forced fumble, one interception and five passes defensed during his collegiate career. A three-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection, Bresee fought through injuries and personal tragedy in 2022 to manage 15 tackles, 5.5 stops for loss, 3.5 sacks and two passes defensed for the ACC champions. The Maryland native's athleticism, ability to rush the passer from the inside as well as stop the run will put him in competition for a starting spot on the interior of New Orleans' defensive line.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Selected by the Saints in the first round (29th overall) of the 2023 NFL Draft.
2022 – Lott IMPACT Trophy quarterfinalist and second-team All-ACC selection was credited with 16 tackles (5.5 for loss), 3.5 sacks and two pass breakups in 329 snaps from scrimmage over 10 games (seven starts)…Recorded five tackles (2.0 for loss) and a half-sack at Georgia Tech…Recorded two tackles in "Ella Strong" game vs. Furman, a game dedicated to his late younger sister Ella, who was in the midst of her poignant battle with brain cancer…Posted one tackle and a critical double-overtime pass breakup at No. 21 Wake Forest…Had a key sack on a third down in the fourth quarter vs. No. 14 Syracuse to help Clemson protect a late lead in a comeback victory…Recorded two tackles (1.5 for loss), a sack and a pass breakup vs. Louisville…Registered a sack among his two tackles in the FedEx Orange Bowl vs. No. 6 Tennessee. 2021 – A third-team All-ACC selection despite being limited to four games due to torn ACL…Credited with 15 total tackles (including three stops for loss), 1.5 sacks and one interception over 154 snaps in four games/starts…Contributed seven tackles (one stop for loss) vs. No. 5 Georgia…Added two tackles vs. South Carolina State…Recorded 2.0 tackles for loss, a career-high 1.5 sacks and his first career interception in sharing team defensive player of the game honors vs. Georgia Tech, sealing the game by hauling in a desperation forward lateral attempt on the Yellow Jackets' final play…Made two tackles at North Carolina State prior to exiting with season-ending knee injury. 2020 – Credited with 33 tackles (6.5 stops for a loss), four sacks, two passes defensed, one forced fumble and a safety in 432 snaps over 12 games (ten starts) as true freshman. Also recorded two offensive snaps on Clemson's goal line jumbo package. Along with fellow true freshmen Myles Murphy, also a first round draft pick in 2023 and Trenton Simpson, their four sacks each tied William Perry (4.0, 1981), Ricky Sapp (4.0, 2006) and Shaq Lawson (4.0, 2013) for third-most sacks by a Clemson true freshman all-time. Four sacks were the most by a true freshman interior lineman in 2020, Clemson's second straight season having the Football Bowl Subdivision leader among first-year defensive tackles…Selected freshman All-American (The Athletic, ESPN and Rivals), ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year and a consensus first-team All-ACC honoree…Made impressive college debut at Wake Forest, posting three tackles and a half-sack in addition to recording the Tigers' first blocked field goal since second week of 2018…He and Murphy became the first Clemson first-year freshmen to record a sack in an opener since 2016…Posted two tackles and a pass breakup in first career start vs. The Citadel…Recorded four tackles (two solo) with his first full sack and one pass breakup vs. Virginia…Helped Clemson limit No. 7 Miami to 210 yards…Recorded two stops including a half-sack, when he forced a fumble that was recovered by Andrew Booth Jr. and returned 21 yards for a TD vs. Syracuse…Recorded three tackles vs. Boston College, including a game-clinching sack when he forced intentional grounding in end zone for a safety to earn team defensive player of the game…Registered five tackles, including one stop for loss at No. 4 Notre Dame…Made three tackles in the ACC Championship Game vs. No. 2 Notre Dame…Posted six tackles (2.5 for loss) including a sack vs. No. 3 Ohio State in the Sugar Bowl.
PERSONAL: Played for Eric Wallich at Damascus (Md.) HS, where he concluded career with 134 tackles, including 80.5 for loss, with 35 sacks. Had 47 tackles in 2019, including 30.5 tackles for loss with 14 sacks while also adding two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup, when he helped team to 13-2 record and state championship as a senior. Named first-team postseason All-American by Sports Illustrated…Two-time first-team USA Today All-American and first-team Washington Post All-Met defensive lineman as junior and senior…2018 Maryland Defensive Player of the Year…First-team MaxPreps Junior All-American defensive lineman in 2018…2018 Montgomery County 3A Most Valuable Player and Gatorade Player of the Year in Maryland…Had 36 tackles for loss, including 12 sacks, as a junior, earning first-team MaxPreps Sophomore All-America status in 2017…Listed as the No. 1 overall player in the nation by 247Sports, which also called him the top defensive tackle in the nation and the top player in Maryland…Ranked as the top overall player in the nation by Rivals.com, the top defensive tackle and the top player in Maryland…Ranked as the No. 2 player in the nation by PrepStar, the top defensive tackle in the nation and the top player in Maryland…Rated as the No. 4 overall player in the nation by ESPN.com, which listed him as the No. 1 defensive tackle in the nation and top player in Maryland…Played basketball as a junior and averaged 13.7 points and 11.9 rebounds…Selected to U.S. Army All-American Bowl...In high school, was active in spending free time with special education students…Father, Rich, played football at James Madison and mother, Meghan, was a junior college All-American basketball player at Frederick (Md.) Community College, which won the 1992 Maryland Junior College title…Sociology major…Last name pronounced bruh-Zee…Born April 2, 1994.