T.J. Bryant is one of the top prospects in the state of Florida for the class of 2008, and the cornerback from Lincoln High School made his first unofficial visit of the year last weekend.
"The recruiting process has been pretty good, and I haven't been hastled or anything," said the 6-foot, 175-pounder. "I went up to Florida State on Saturday and checked out their practice, and it was pretty good. Then I went over to the track meet. That's the most recent one that I've gone to. I went to some places in the fall, and I'll probably go to some places in the summer."
Last night, Bryant won the Tallahassee city 300m hurdles.
Bryant visits FSU, wins local 300m hurdles
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