"It was great to be part of the camp. I've never been to a place with so many coaches and student athletes competing at such a high level. It was a great experience and one I highly recommend. One of the coaches I worked with was Coach Roushar of Michigan State. This is not the first time I've seen Coach Roushar as he came to our school during the evaluation process. He's a great coach and a great teacher that you know is going to work with you and get the best out of you. He's also just a great person to be around."
While Bryant has yet to see a Spartan offer, that doesn't mean he hasn't given the Spartans some thought.
"The Big Ten is one of the top conferences I have interest in playing in. I have a lot of interest in Michigan State as it's close to home. I took an unofficial visit with my mom and dad about two months ago; we watched practice and looked around. They have a lot of new stuff and it's something I could see myself being part of."
On Saturday, Bryant along with two of his teammates made a late afternoon stop to MSU to look around. Between his spring visit and the one just taken, what type of feel does he hold for Michigan State?
"I can see myself being a Spartan. I like the colors and from what I've seen they get after it in practice. Right now I'm trying to wait it out till signing day so I can do all of my homework on all of the teams I hold offers from."
One of those teams Bryant hopes to hear from soon is the Spartans.