Bryant sets Oklahoma official

Even though Greg Bryant decommitted from Oklahoma in August, the Sooners are far from out of the race for his skills. The Sunshine State running back has narrowed his list to four and plans to see all of those schools before making a final decision. He's got his first official visit on the calendar, and it's back to Norman.

Greg Bryant admits his original commitment to Oklahoma was premature. Now, he wants to take official visits to his top four schools and he'll start with the Sooners on November 24th.

"I have four schools (in it), Florida State, Auburn, Oklahoma, and South Carolina," he said.

"I set up one visit to Oklahoma when they play Oklahoma State, that's the only one."

The American Heritage (Delray Beach, FL) standout originally committed to the Sooners on an unofficial visit during the summer. He admits he got caught up in the excitement of the moment, but he's looking forward to getting back there again.

"I just haven't been there in a long time, I think after I go on the visit I'll start getting the love back for them," he said.

The 5-foot-10, 205-pound running back has learned from his premature first commitment and now is making sure he keeps his mind open as he continues through the process.

"I don't really have a favorite, I'm just keeping everything to the side until I take my visits," he said.

"I'm going to be looking for the atmosphere, see if it's like family, and to see if they can win ball games."

Bryant would also like to play early, but he says it really doesn't matter too much to him HOW he'll be used in the offense, as long as he gets on the field. While he says he has no favorites right now, he says the Seminoles seem to be after him the most.

"Florida State is coming pretty hard, Oklahoma and Auburn. All of them are really coming the same, but I think Florida State is coming at me the most," he said.

"They've been winning ball games, I like everything about Florida State."

Bryant is attracted to Auburn and South Carolina because they're in the SEC. Although Auburn has struggled to win this season, he says he's not turned off by their lack of success.

"Just because they lost a lot of games, I don't think it's a problem, they have a good recruiting class coming in, the future looks good for them."

Stay tuned to FOX Sports NEXT for the latest on Bryant's recruitment.


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