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Bryant Wesco

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  • PositionWR
  • HT6-2
  • WT170
  • High SchoolMidlothian
  • HometownMidlothian, TX


Recruiting Class of 2024
On3 DB / Bryant Wesco

As a College Recruit

Silky smooth route runner who can win at every level of the field due to his fluidity and explosiveness. Has a thin frame, measuring around 6-foot-2, 170 pounds with arms over 32 inches. Tests as a top athlete in the combine setting. Also displays his explosiveness in track and field with outstanding marks in the high jump (6-6) and triple jump (48-6) as a junior. Managed to put up big numbers as a junior, despite playing in an option offense. Caught 58 passes for 1,160 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2022. Has positional versatility who can line up at the X, Z or inside at the slot. A loose, pigeon-toed mover who breaks off defenders with his change of direction. Extremely flexible and limber in his lower body. Stacks corners off the line with his releases. Has the speed to take quick passes to the house. Shows the ability to elevate and win contested catches. Skies to make in-air grabs. Has a thin, streamline frame that may not be conducive to adding much weight. Does not always attack the ball with proper hand placement. Has strong athletic genes with his father being an All-American track athlete at Louisiana Tech.

Reminds Us Of
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2020Draft: Rnd1 /Pick17

Bryant Wesco's dimensions, well-rounded game and movement skills remind us of CeeDee Lamb. Wesco has much more verified athleticism at the same stage, while Lamb was more productive and had better ball skills.



Junior Season Highlights

Scouting Journal


Bryant Wesco makes big debut in On3 rankings

Charles Power

Wide receiver Bryant Wesco (No. 28) is one of the biggest breakout juniors from the Lone Star State. Wesco is a smooth, athletic wideout with strong athletic markers, including a triple jump mark over 46 feet. He’s among the state’s leading receivers, despite playing in a triple option offense at Midlothian (Texas) High. The combination of size (6-foot-2, 180 pounds) ball skills and ability to separate stack up well within what looks to be a strong cycle at the position. Wesco also has athletic pedigree, as his father was a five-time All-American triple jumper at Louisiana Tech.