"It's a done deal," Teter told Inside The Ville Thursday morning. "Coach Petrino and Coach Summers were down here yesterday and DeAndre told me this morning that he's sure he's going to Louisville."
Also a standout on the hardwood, Bryant played safety for Dunwoody last season, recording 41 tackles (21 solo), 2 tackles for loss and one interception. He broke his wrist during the preseason, missing the teams first four games and played in just five games as a senior. "It's fine now," Teter said of the injury.
"He's very aggressive and has good awareness on the field," Teter, who also coached current Louisville players Malik Jackson and Terrance Butler in high school, said. "He's got tremendous upside and untapped potential."
Bryant visited Arkansas last weekend and Oklahoma State, Georgia and Ole Miss were vying for a visit. "Georgia, Oklahoma State and Ole Miss said they were going to offer him if he visited their schools," said Teter.
Teter said Louisville plans to start him at free safety but noted he could quickly grow into an outside linebacker at the college level.
Bryant carries a 2.4 GPA and scored 1,000 on the SAT. He is academically qualified for freshman eligibility.