To date, Ryan doesn't have any offers, but he said that he recently has been hearing from some good programs. "Penn State, Washington, Wyoming and Arkansas State have all called and showed some interest latey," Ryan said. "I've been talking to Penn State and Washington for about a month. Washington's Coach Romar came down to see me practice about a month ago. Coaches from both schools have said they want to come and see me practice during the season and come to some games.."
Ryan, who averaged 15 points and 7 rebounds for a team that also featured one of the best junior prospects in the country, 6-10 center Robert Swift, also said that Penn State and Washington have expressed interest in Ryan taking an official visit. "I'm trying to get visits to Penn State and Washington set," he said. "I'm supposed to talk to the coach from Penn State this week and get it arranged."
When asked if he'd like to stay on the west coast, Ryan said he had no preference. He did say, though, that he's always liked the Big West Conference. "I wouldn't mind getting recruited by the schools in that conference. I've always liked UC Irvine."
Ryan said he has a 2.8 GPA and scored a 980 on his SAT.