Malcolm Roach noted how impressed he was with the New Orleans Saints Rookie, saying he was glad Bresee is in his team.
The New Orleans Saints Rookie has drawn rave reviews for his speed and quickness at the defensive tackle position. There is no perfect formula for how long it will take a rookie to start flashing on a big stage, but you would not know that just from watching rookie Bryan Bresee these past few weeks.
According to WWL, Bryan Bresee, the New Orleans Saints Rookie, has drawn major reviews for his athleticism. In week 2 he used his speed and quickness to pounce on a forced fumble. In week 3, it was his inside spin move that turned heads and helped him torpedo multiple Texan drives.
Malcolm Roach was asked after the game about the New Orleans Saints Rookie’s move. He noted that it was especially impressive how quickly Bresse gets into it on the line, whereas most players have to work up the field to build momentum.
The New Orleans Saints Rookie did not got credit with a sack in the game, but he was in the backfield constantly. He has used the spin move multiple times to shut down any hope of a third conversion, but he got beaten out of the cleanup sack by his defensive line mates. Pro0 Football Focus stated that the New Orleans Saints Rookie finished the game with 4 QB pressures on his 27 snaps.
READ ALSO: Ryan Jensen Of Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Stem Cell Treatment Is From The Umbilical Cords Of Babies
The most impressive rep was when it came in the red zone, with Bresee beating Texan guard Kenyon Green so violently that it looked like it caused an injury.
According to Yard Barker, the New Orleans Saints Rookie was the number one recruit in the nation in Class of 2020. In three seasons at Clemson, Bresee amassed 50 solo tackles, 15 tackles for loss, nine sacks, and one forced fumble. However, the New Orleans Saints Rookie may be dominant in the field, he has struggled to stay healthy.
The New Orleans Saints Rookie first sprained his knee at Clemson before tearing his ACL and missing most of the 2021 season. In 2022, Bryan Bresee was absent for the beginning of the season because of a kidney infection caused by strep throat.
Despite all the setbacks, Clemson coach, Dabo Swinney, is confident in Bresee’s abilities. Swinney’s evaluation of Bresee becomes more poignant as the New Orleans Saints Rookie was a standout for the team during the preseason contests and he is expected to make an immediate impact for the organization.