2022 – S (ATH) –  Bryce Anderson – Westbrook, TX  – 5’11 / 187

247 Rank:  National - 66 / S - 4 / TX – 12

Commitment – Undecided

Name/Location/Date/Time of film for evaluation – Junior SZN – Hudl – 12/22/2020 - 6m 40sec

Physical Attributes – Bryce is put together physically.  He has an impressive and verified 10.79 100 and a 22.03 200 in track.  Shows elite twitch, burst and acceleration with obvious long speed.  He is and explosive runner that can put his foot in the ground and change direction.  He possesses make you miss ability.  He has solid size and thickness to play multiple positions.  Highly athletic player that looks like the best football player on the field.        

Position Specific Skills – Bryce is listed as a Safety and raked as a Safety but there is no evidence off this exposure that he is a Safety over being an offensive player somewhere.  He does posses skills to be a DB, maybe even a CB instead of a Safety.  I can say this about his skill level;  He has elite twitch, burst, acceleration and long speed and is a very instinctive football player.  He can play multiple positions with his skill level as an athlete and be highly productive at the power 5 level. 

Overall – I am not too sure Bryce isn’t a QB at the next level in a zone read scheme.  He can run, throw,  change direction and is very instinctive.  He does not possess a prototype QB body but his skill does.  In college football a 5’11 QB can be very productive at the power 5 level.  He is a nightmare for defenses, in  my opinion.  He reminds of another 5’11 QB that I had the pleasure to recruit and sign at USF.  His name is Quinton Flowers.  Quinton won 21 games in 2 years at QB.  After QB, I would see Bryce at RB, Slot or CB and also on special teams as a returner.  But what do I know.  Bryce has a high ceiling based off his skill level and pure speed.  Like him a lot

Paul Gonnella

Paul Gonnella
Paul is the CEO and Co-Founder of THE PROCESS Football Recruiting. His 10 years of experience as the Director of Player Personnel at Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina, Miami, Purdue, South Florida, and Memphis make Paul one of the best evaluators in the country.