Born in 1986, Bronte ran track and field for four years at Taylor County high school in Florida, played rugby for four years, and ran 1000 yards in three years. The 100m result is 11.34 seconds and the long jump is 6.75 meters. But his high school was so remote that the scouting report put him on the list of two stars. There was no university scholarship for him. His grades were not good enough, so he had to go to a short-term university like east Mississippi. At that time, the coach always forced him to get up early and go to the strength room for training.
In his freshman year, he was 180 cm, 120 kg of muscle training. His first college game, 24 sprints, 147 yards in the crowd. In njcaa’s first year of the league, he averaged 154 yards per game, which means that he would hold the ball, drag a bunch of other players, and run one and a half back and forth in the football field.
His coach, Alan hall, still regrets:
“We had four takeovers, but we didn’t use him much. What a pity!”
Roger Carr, another coach, said:
“Bronte is like a sculpture. If you want God to give you a 120 kg running guard, he will give you a Bronte. “
In 2007, at the age of 21, he went to University: the University of Oregon wanted him, and in the first year, he won the school’s record of 17 touchdowns, 1002 yards. It should be noted that he and Jeremiah Johnson are the team’s double running guards. That year Johnson made 1201 yards.
But also in the freshman year, he was constantly suspended by his coach: he didn’t abide by the rules of the team and didn’t attend the training. I’m not a good student. Then in 2009, something happened. After losing 8-19 to Boise State Mustang, Bronte said something to sports illustrated that he shouldn’t have said. When Huth in the opposite direction came to question him, Bronte beat Huth and beat his teammate, enbley, who was trying to dissuade him. Then he apologized:
“I apologize to all of our fans, to all of Boise’s fans. I did something I shouldn’t have done. I’ve lost my head. “
But mistakes have been made. He was suspended for the whole 2009 season. By the 2010 draft conference, no one dared to ask him
In April 2010, Bronte originally received an oral contract from the San Francisco 49ers, but after an interview with Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher, Bronte went to Titan. In the preseason in August, he ran 117 yards, reached the formation twice, and then, no surprise: during training, he beat a teammate. Eric batiari rolled Bronte’s helmet off during training, and Bronte punched him right away. Then Bronte immediately went to coach fisher to apologize.