With eight scholarship offers already in hand,
"I'm planning to go there for a visit pretty soon," Bryant told Kentucky Sports Report. "I've talked with a couple of their coaches and they'd like for me to come down and see a spring practice so I get a feeling for how they go about their business."
While Bryant hasn't been on campus before he's hearing a lot of good things about the Wildcats.
Not only has Bryant talked with Coach Smith he's also receiving attention from another
Living in Big Ten country has allowed for Bryant to compare the different styles of football.
"I would say I wouldn't play in the Big Ten, but it seems like the Big Ten is a game of bigger players with defensive linemen in the 280-pound range and offensive linemen all being over 300+ pounds. The SEC looks to be more of a speed game and I feel that is something I have a lot of interest in looking at being a part of."
While he's in no hurry to name any favorites Bryant knows the time will come when he'll have to narrow down his list.
"Right now there are a lot of schools that have offered and some who have said they'll be coming to visit in May and will then decide if their going to offer me. I'd like to see as many schools in person before making any choices."
Having also added offers from