Draft Scout Snapshot:DS Rating on 9-1-10: #32 DT, #419/750 Overall, 2009: Started all 13 games at defensive tackle ... Recipient of team's Bryan Paynter "Ultimate Wildcat" Award (given to a player who serves as an example by confronting adversity with courage and dedication and always putting the needs of the team first) ... 22 career starts ... 30 tackles (second-most among NU's defensive linemen) and 5.5 TFL's ... Two tackles against Wisconsin and Illinois ... Two tackles at Iowa, including an assist on a 4-yard sack ... Posted three tackles vs. Penn State ... Recorded three stops and a TFL against both Indiana and Michigan State ... Two tackles and one TFL at Purdue ... Picked up four tackles vs. Minnesota, including one sack for an eight-yard loss ... Notched two stops at Syracuse ... Three total tackles against Eastern Michigan ... Academic All-Big Ten. 2008: Recipient of a Randy Walker Wildcat Warrior Award (presented to a player who demonstrates the work ethic, toughness and attitude of a warrior) ... At Michigan, notched four total stops, including 1.0 TFL's, before being sidelined with a knee injury ... Missed remainder of the season ... Recorded three tackles, including one TFL, in win at Minnesota ... At Indiana, started and registered two tackles, including one sack ... Assisted on two tackles in win against Purdue ... Made fourth straight start vs. Michigan State and turned in one of his top career efforts: career-best four solo tackles, which included an 11-yard pass sack, and an assisted tackle ... Also assisted on one TFL and had one QB hurry ... Notched a tackle and a key fumble recovery at Iowa ... The fumble recovery led to NU's game-winning points in the fourth quarter ... Against Ohio, earned a starting spot and matched a career high with four tackles, including two solo stops ... Tallied two tackles against Southern Illinois, including his first career TFL for a three-yard loss ... Credited with one tackle at Duke ... Registered four tackles and a forced fumble in his first career start vs. Syracuse ... One of d-line's most productive players with 28 tackles ... Academic All-Big Ten. 2007: Academic All-Big Ten ... Played in nine of team's 12 games ... Totaled five tackles, which included two each against Michigan and Eastern Michigan. 2006: Reserve defensive end ... True freshman who played his first snaps at Miami (Ohio) ... One assisted tackle vs. New Hampshire ... Suffered a broken leg in practice (Sept. 12) and missed the remainder of the season ... Earned a medical hardship year.
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Draft Scout Corbin Bryant News
11/30/12 - DE Corbin Bryant has been signed to the practice squad. The 6-4, 300-pounder played at Northwestern and spent portions of last season and this season on the Pittsburgh Steelers practice squad and 53-man roster. He was assigned No. 97.
10/31/12 - DE Corbin Bryant was released from the Steelers' practice squad. The team also added two players to its practice squad, OL John Malecki and TE Jamie McCoy.
10/17/12 - DE Corbin Bryant was signed by the Steelers to replace suspended DT Alameda Ta'amu. Bryant was on Pittsburgh's practice squad in 2011 and was in training camp with the team this year.