"I'm leaving Thursday," the 6'4, 215-lb tight end and defensive end said. "It'll be good. I went out there this summer. It was a graduation present for my mom. It will be nice to go out there and see what it's like for a game and also, of course, being able to go there again."
Those are the schools he is expected to choose from, although Wake Forest and Michigan just made the decision a little more complicated by extending offers this week. However, because of his graduation status, there is much to sort out over the next month.
"I had been talking to Michigan a little bit. I had went up for junior day and then had talked to Coach Tall before that. I had some contact, but it wasn't much."
"I'm not sure yet," he said of adding another visit. "It's something I have to talk with my mom about. I'm trying to do early graduation and need to do that, so making a decision is getting close, but we've also had problems with early graduation, so I don't know if that will work. I'm trying to figure it out and recruiting's kind of on the back burner until I figure it out."
Another something that must be figured out is where Bryant will play for the school he chooses. A tight end for much of his career, Bryant's defensive output as a senior has made some schools consider him as a defensive end as well.
"It's kind of split," Bryant explained, "some are for offense, some defense, some as an athlete for both. I haven't developed a preference. Something I've talked to some schools about is playing both sides. One of the schools I've talked to had a tight end that went in for defensive end in pass rush situations. That's something I'm really interested in."