2012: Reserve cornerback and special teams contributor as a sophomore ... Recorded one tackle each against South Dakota and Indiana ... Career-best four tackles (three solo) against Nebraska ... Two stops against Iowa ... Against Illinois, notched his first career forced fumble on kickoff coverage, setting up NU's first touchdown ... Finished with two tackles against the Illini ... One stop in TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl vs. Mississippi State.
2011: Played in eight games as a redshirt freshman, primarily on special teams ... Made five tackles on the year, four of them unassisted ... Named the Special Teams Player of the Week vs. Rice, when he made two solo tackles, and twice was named the Defensive Practice Player of the Week.
2010: Did not see action.
High School:Rivals.com All-Midwest and PrepStar All-Midwest honoree ... Ranked 60th overall among all Ohio players by Rivals.com ... Ranked seventh-best defensive back in the state by Rivals.com ... Team captain who helped the Lions advance to the Ohio state playoffs ... Lettered as a cornerback and wide receiver ... Totaled 62 tackles (44 unassisted), three TFL's, two interceptions, four pass breakups and two forced fumbles his senior season (2009) ... OCC Ohio honorable mention and OCC Ohio Division second team ... Central All-District Division I second-team honoree ... Earned team's Big Hitter Sledgehammer Award ... Turned in a 17-tackle performance against state powerhouse Bishop Watterson ... Selected to play in 2010 Ohio All-Star Classic (North vs. South) ... Member of Lincoln's Honor Roll, Academic Letterwinner Society and the Lions' Advisory Board ... Coached by John Snoad.
Personal: Born Charles Eugene Bryant Jr. ... Son of Charles and Veronica Bryant ... Cousin, Troy Taylor, played basketball for Ohio State ... Hails from the same hometown as fellow signee Chi Chi Ariguzo ... Majoring in sociology.