It's only been a couple of hours since Kyshaun Bryan registered an offer from Gary Andersen and the Oregon State Beavers, and now he's slated to step foot in Corvallis just under two weeks from now after wasting no time scheduling an official visit on Monday.
Bryan, a South Carolina commit that's tagged as Scout's 20th-ranked running back out of the South, played out his senior campaign with Roger Harriott and powerhouse Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas after previously attending nearby Plantation American Heritage.
"Oregon State on the 20th, and Utah either on the 13th or 27th," Bryan said when asked about his official visit plans. "I don't know yet."
Both parties are still in the infantile stage in regards to getting to know each other, so Bryan is just itching to do his homework and then see everything with his own eyes.
"To be honest, I couldn't even tell you that," Bryan said when asked what interests him about the Beavers. "I've been looking around, and they hopped on me real quick.
"The running backs coach, Telly Lockette, is from my area, so I'm looking forward to getting to know him. He's been relaying to me that he's been around kids from South Florida a lot and knows our mindset."
There's been much speculation about the strength of Bryan's commitment to the Gamecocks, but the ball carrier himself says he's focused on the present and just taking everything in one day at a time.
"Coach Muschamp and the staff are turning things around, so it's looking good," Bryan said. "It's been stressful, but all I can say right now is that I'm committed to South Carolina as of right now."
As always, stay tuned to Scout.