- Position: Guard
- Height: 186cm
- Weight: 76kg
- Date of Birth: 11 August, 1992
- Hometown: Tucson, Arizona
- Recruited from: Anadolu Efes (Turkey)
- January 2017: Bryce Cotton signed with the Perth Wildcats, rounding off the season with Grand Final MVP honours.
- 2018/19: Cotton became a two-time NBL champion and went back-to-back in 2020 to make it three championship rings with the Wildcats.
- 2019/20: Cotton becomes the first Wildcat to win multiple NBL MVP awards. He was named in the All-NBL First Team for a third time, claimed his second Grand Final MVP medal and his third Gordon Ellis Medal. He averaged a league-high 22.9 points per game, plus 4.0 assists, 4.0 rebounds and league-high 1.6 steals.
It was the first time a player has led the NBL in both scoring and steals in the same season.
- 2020–21: Cotton averaged career highs in points (23.5) and assists (5.7), earning his fourth NBL scoring title. He was subsequently named NBL MVP for the third time, becoming the first player to win back-to-back MVPs since Andrew Gaze in 1998 and joined Gaze and Leroy Loggins as the only three-time winners. He was also voted Fan’s MVP and named to the All-NBL First Team for the fourth consecutive season.
Cotton eats eggs and mushies for breakfast on game days, loves to play chess and the ocean gives him the heebie jeebies.