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Damascus Destroyer Bryan Bresee is an SI All-American

Clemson Commitment Bryan Bresee is one of the most dominating defensive lineman in the country. Watch why he is an SI All-American.

If making things look easy is a criteria in the evaluation game, then Bryan Breese may be the top prospect in the nation. 

Over the last several seasons the 6-5, 290-pounder has made dozens of offensive linemen look silly on the field. 

A better tell for his college future, and very likely beyond, is just how many ways he can get by a blocker. 

A strong bull rush with his great size and raw power make the quickest path to the backfield, Bresee plays on a consistently-low plane and generates a lot of force in short spaces. 

His most valuable asset, especially at his size, is just how quickly he puts pressure on his opponent. From gambling on snap counts to an innate ability to burst off of the line, Bresee closes the distance between he and his opponent better than any interior prospect in the country. 

Once at the point, he has a flurry of moves to counter the pure power with and it leads to big hits and/or turnovers. Big, quick, strong and able to transition like a skill player, it will be hard to keep Breese off the field at Clemson early in his career.

2019 SI All-American Offensive Team:

QB Bryce Young, Alabama (Why Young? Highlights)

RB Demarckus Bowman, Clemson (Why Bowman? Highlights)

RB Jahmyr Gibbs, Georgia Tech (Why Gibbs? Highlights)

WR Julian Fleming, Ohio State (Why Fleming? Highlights)

WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba, Ohio State (Why Smith-Njigba? Highlights)

WR Malachi Wideman, FSU (Why Wideman? Highlights)

TE Arik Gilbert, LSU (Why Gilbert? Highlights)

OL Paris Johnson, Ohio State (Why Johnson? Highlights)

OL Tate Ratledge, UGA (Why Ratledge? Highlights)

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OL Javion Cohen, Alabama (Why Cohen? Highlights)

OL Issiah Walker, Florida (Why Walker? Highlights)

OL Nate Anderson, Oklahoma (Why Anderson? Highlights)

ATH Kristian Story, Alabama (Why Story? Highlights)

2019 SI All-American Defensive Team:

DL Demonte Capehart, Clemson (Why Capehart? Highlights)

DL Bryan Bresee, Clemson (Why Bresee? Highlights)

DL Gervon Dexter, Florida (Why Dexter? Highlights)

DL Jordan Burch, Uncommitted (Why Burch? Highlights)

LB Trenton Simpson, Clemson (Why Simpson? Highlights)

LB Justin Flowe, Uncommitted (Why Flowe? Highlights)

LB Demouy Kennedy, Alabama (Why Kennedy? Highlights)

DB Elias Ricks, LSU (Why Ricks? Highlights)

DB Kelee Ringo, Uncommitted (Why Ringo? Highlights)

DB Clark Phillips, Ohio State (Why Phillips? Highlights)

DB Enzo Jennings, Penn State (Why Jennings? Highlights)

ATH Avantae Williams, Uncommitted (Why Williams? Highlights)