87  Shakorr Bryant
Shakorr Bryant


Powder Springs, GA

Last College:
Middle Georgia College

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 267

Defensive End


Lettered as a defensive end during the 2001 season ... Suffered a knee injury that delayed his progress in fall camp ... Came to the Tigers as a junior college transfer ... Was climbing the depth chart before a knee injury in fall camp slowed his progress ... Had surgery for a torn cartilage and returned to practice prior to the South Florida game ... 2001: Missed the Mississippi State and UT-Chattanooga contests ... Registered three tackles in the Louisville game ... Had a season and career high six tackles in the Memphis road win over Houston ... Had two tackles against East Carolina but re-injured his knee the week after in practice ... Missed the UAB and Tennessee contests ... Recorded two tackles against Army in the Tiger win ... Finished the season with 16 total tackles, including six tackles for lost yardage (-11) ... Also had two quarterback sacks (-3), two quarterback hurries and one fumble recovery ... JC: Lettered as an offensive lineman and a defensive end at Middle Georgia College ... Helped his team to a 10-1 record and a fifth place national ranking in 2000 ... Helped team to a win in the Golden Isle Bowl in 2000 ... Was named to the All-Region XVII Team in 2000 ... Was named to the junior college preseason All-American team ... Registered 14 pancake blocks against Montgomery Junior College ... Played for coach Randy Pippen at Middle Georgia College ... Prep: Attended McEachern High School in Powder Springs ... Lettered in football and basketball at MHS ... Was an all-county and all-state selection in football in 1998 ... Was credited with 232 career tackles and 35 quarterback sacks ... Is the son of Melvin Bryant and Sakinah Bryant-Little ... Born: 7/3/80.


TacklesG/S UT AT Tot. FR Int TFLSack

Career Highs
Most Tackes/Game: 6 vs Houston (`01)
Most Solo Tackes/Game: 4 vs Houston ('01)
Most Assisted Tackes/Game: 2 vs Houston & Army ('01)
Most Tackes for Loss/Game: 3 vs Houston ('01)
Most Quarterback Sacks/Game: 2 vs Houston ('01)
Most Fumble Recoveries/Game: 1 vs Louisville (`01)

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