Do you ever wonder why the teams in the SEC (Southeastern Conference) are so good? Well, the answer is starts with the defensive line. The size and speed of the players on that part of the defense are second to none. So there should be no surprise that inside SEC country there would be defensive linemen who not only talk-the-talk, but also, walk-the-walk. This recruiting profile highlights one of Georgia’s most talented defensive ends in Bradyn Swinson.
The man behind the lens of 318photo, Tre’von Ware, gave us a heads up on Bradyn and his talent. Bradyn Swinson at 6’3 230 makes his living in the backfield crushing quarterbacks for the Chapel Hill Panthers.
Bradyn is what you could call a quarterbacks worst nightmare. A defensive end who has spent some time on the inside creating mismatches for the offensive line. His quick burst of the ball and strength to get past blockers combined with his ability to have a violent finish on who ever the target might be makes him a dynamic defender. Swinson finished his junior season with 78 tackles, 25 tackles for lost, 51 solo tackles, and 8 Sacks. Talk about a motor that is always running.
The Douglasville native holds few offers which include University of Pittsburgh, South Alabama University, and Kent State University. As a rising senior with long arms, Swinson is just starting to tap into his potential on the football field. I believe he might gain an inch or two before he hits college.
As Bradyn enters the spring and summer circuits, he will gain more notoriety as a top DE in the country.
(Feature Photo Credit: Hudi)