Bryan to Play in Chesapeake Bowl

Georgetown Prep (MD) three-star running back Dominic Bryan has committed to play in the second annual Chesapeake Bowl all-star football game.

Dominic Bryan, a speedy 6-foot-1, 225-pound running back from Georgetown Prep in Bethesda, Md., has added his name to the Chesapeake Bowl roster.

The Chesapeake Bowl is a regional all-star football game between the North and the South that takes place in December. The North team comprises of players from Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware while the South team boasts players from Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia and Washington D.C.

Bryan, a three-star prosepct, will join a stacked South team lead by three five-star commits - Ronald Darby of Potomac High (MD), Good Counsel (MD) wide receiver Stefon Diggs and Eddie Goldman of Friendship Collegiate (D.C.)

Bryan holds a 3.45 grade point average and has gained scholarship offers from Boston College, Vanderbilt, Maryland, Temple and Navy with more on the horizon, he adds.

"Duke, Stanford and Georgia are on the edge of offering me. They are just waiting on my first game film."

For more on Bryan and other 2012 prospects, keep it logged on to Scout.com.

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