Cornerback Bryson Keeton enters his sophomore season with the New York Jets as he’ll have his work cut out for him to make the final 53-man roster.
Fans of the New York Jets have been heavily analyzing the team’s secondary throughout the offseason and throughout spring practices. The names being debated are the better known potential starters such as Juston Burris, Morris Claiborne, Darryl Roberts, and Buster Skrine.
Yet this team has other young options, that with good training camps could very well work their way into the mix. One of those players is Bryson Keeton as here’s his complete training camp profile.
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Keeton came to the Jets as a walk on tryout player at the team’s rookie mini camp last year. He impressed the team’s coaching staff and was signed as an undrafted free agent. The young cornerback remained with the team until final cuts and after clearing waivers, the Jets signed him to their practice squad.
Keeton started his collegiate career at the University of Nevada where he saw limited time as a cornerback and safety. Opting for more playing time, Keeton transferred to Montana State University for his final two years.
Keeton now has a year under coach Todd Bowles defensive schemes and will have the opportunity to hone his game under the team’s defensive back coach Dennard Wilson. Keeton is listed as being 6’2″ and 190 pounds. He fits into the youth movement of the Jets as he just turned 24 years old.
It was difficult finding pro day results as Keeton wasn’t invited to last year’s NFL Combine. From what I could find, he ran a forty yard dash of 4.45 at Nevada and rumor has…
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