The high flyer acknowledges that he's tried to round out his game and people are noticing.
"What I did last year was I attacked the basket and I didn't really dribble a lot," Bryant told Scout.com. "This year I'm working on dribbling and shooting the ball."
Often times, players like Bryant who are a little undersized at the four will go out of their way to prove that they are a three. At this point, he realizes that just being on the floor is more important and he's relished his role as an energetic combo forward.
"I just love playing, I don't really think I have a position," says Bryant. "I just go out there to try and do what's best for my team to win basketball games."
At this point, Bryant counts the likes of South Florida, Alabama, Michigan, Nebraska, and Marquette as showing interest. He's yet to set any visits but indicated tht he would like to return to Marquette after visiting there unofficially earlier. For the most part, though, he remains wide open.
"Absolutely, I'm wide open right now. I plan on taking some official visits this spring," said Bryant of what he's looking for in a school. "Education is important. My mom and my family is real big on education and I am too. I'm looking for a basketball school where I can win and come in and get a good education."
While he needs to add more muscle, Bryant is excellent on the glass. He also plays pretty good defense and runs the floor exceptionally well. Not surprisingly, he says that's what coaches seem to be noticing the most is that he's now capable of contributing on both ends of the floor.
"I think my defense is big," said Bryant when asked what college coaches now like the most about him. "I block a lot of shots, alter a lot of shots and get a bunch of rebounds."