NFL player Bryant Browning played for Ohio State.
Bryant Browning plays Guard for the Pittsburg Steelers.
Bryant Browning plays for the Pittsburg Steelers.
NFL player Matt Bryant played for Baylor.
NFL player Corbin Bryant played for Northwestern.
NFL player Desmond Bryant played for Harvard.
NFL player Martavis Bryant played for Clemson.
NFL player D.J. Bryant played for James Madison.
NFL player Dez Bryant played for Oklahoma State.
NFL player Red Bryant played for Texas A&M.
NFL player Jarrid Bryant played for South Dakota.
NFL player Christian Bryant played for Ohio State.
NFL player Armonty Bryant played for East Central (OK).
NFL player Jordan Harris played for Bryant University.
No. Mike Tomlin is nine years older than Bryant McFadden and was the Buccaneers defensive backs coach while Bryant was in college.
He didn't go to college... he went straight from high-school to the NBA.
Technically, if you play basketball at any point you are a basketball player. Since you can play in a driveway or a local court, a college education is not required. If you meant professionally, the answer is no. Your ability to perform well in academia has nothing to do with your ability to play ball. Kobe Bryant is the best example I can think of for an NBA player that didn't go to college.
At the University of Alabama, Bryant's first African American scholarship player to play was running back Wilbur Jackson in 1971.
His father "Jellybean" Joe Bryant was a former NBA player who also played in Europe.
No. He has been endorsed by Nike, and after being payed for your talent you cannot play in collage.
NFL player Will Blackmon played for Boston College.
Clay Bryant debuted on April 19, 1935 and played his final game on September 26, 1940.
Derek Bryant debuted on April 24, 1979 and played his final game on September 19, 1979.
Don Bryant debuted on July 17, 1966 and played his final game on July 29, 1970.