Christian Bryant

Ohio State Buckeyes #2 - Safety

  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 192

Ohio State players led the way with most mid-season All-American honors

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Four publications put out mid-season all-americans today, and the Buckeyes had the most of any team in the country.

Gareon Conley teases video series celebrating Ohio State defensive backs

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The #BIA defensive backs are reuniting, this time in cartoon form!

Nearly 200 Ohio State student-athletes graduate today, what’s next for Joe Burrow?

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How does Joe Burrow’s graduation impact OSU’s 2018 quarterback decision?

Ohio State’s 2014 NFL Draft class among some of the NFL’s elite

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From a 2x All-Pro linebacker to a Super Bowl winning cornerback, this group of Buckeyes has stood out at the next level.

Taver Johnson brings plenty of recruiting ability to Columbus

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How much will the addition of Johnson impact Ohio State on the recruiting trail?

That moment when Ohio State denied Montee Ball history

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Montee Ball had history in his sights, but a forced fumble by the Buckeyes changed everything.

Buckeyes still B1G's safest bet

Ohio State's offense won't be quite as efficient as it was last year, and the defense has both immense upside and countless question marks. The Buckeyes aren't a sure thing, but they're still the...

Christian Bryant to the Rams in 7th round

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In a bit of a surprise, Ohio State safety Christian Bryant is headed to the St. Louis Rams.

So you drafted Ohio State's Christian Bryant?

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Christian Bryant looks to become the next Cleveland Glenville alum to head from Ohio State to the NFL.

Buckeyes that could hear their names called

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The first-round of the 2014 NFL Draft begins tonight at 8 p.m. ET, and there are a number of former Buckeyes that will be hoping to hear their name called at some point in the seven round draft...

Chicago Bears NFL Draft primer: Safety

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With only one day before the NFL Draft, we'll spotlight a few safety options for the Chicago Bears.

2014 NFL Draft safety rankings

Alabama's Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has been the lead safety the entire draft process, and that's not changing.