You won't find many teams anywhere in the country who can put up points like Centennial does year in and year out.
They have a great system in place and always have a few big play receivers in the fold. Next year's Husky receiver squad could be led by a sophomore, but Gary Bryant does not play like your average sophomore.
Bryant is an explosive kid and has been making big plays on the 7v7 circuit since he was just in the 7th grade. He is both quick and fast, with the ability to get off the line and run away from people in the open field.
He is a smooth route runner, a natural pass catcher who doesn't fight the football and can do something with it after the catch. He draws raves from those close to him for his work ethic off the field and with three more years to develop, there is no doubt, Bryant projects as a national recruit by the time he is a senior.
At their annual Spring Showcase last Thursday, Bryant put on a show and then landed his first scholarship offer later that night from the BYU Cougars. That was just the begging as the Arizona State Sun Devils, Colorado Buffaloes, Oregon Ducks and Utah Utes would all offer that same night.
We caught up with Bryant over the weekend to get his thoughts on his new offers, summer camp plans and who his childhood favorite schools were.
To hear from Bryant, check out the video above: