"Committed to Each Other"

Brandon Bryant had the social media sites jumping last night when he reported that his official visit to Mississippi State would be the only excursion he takes before signing day. The Rosa Fort Lion is slated to visit the Bulldogs this weekend. The three star safety reports that he no long has interest in visiting other programs even for a weekend.

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"I put that out there on twitter and I had to take it down," said Bryant with a chuckle. "People were blowing my phone up.

"It's true though. I am not going to visit any other schools besides Mississippi State."

Bryant reports that his relationship with his fellow Bulldog pledges is a key reason why he elected to decline visit invites from both Ole Miss and Southern Miss.

"The first thing to me is I know where I am going and I didn't see any sense in disrespecting Coach (Dan) Mullen," explained Bryant. "I don't want to do anything to upset him or make him think I am not appreciative of my future at Mississippi State.

"I love my boys that are going to Mississippi State with me.

"I had so many messages from them once I said I wasn't going anywhere else to visit.

"I am going to see most of them this weekend and we're all excited about that.

"We are brothers now and we are not just committed to Mississippi State, but we are committed to each other.

"We all want to play together at Mississippi State and we already have such a great relationship with each other.

"This weekend, we're going to get the chance to just have some fun and get to spend some time with the coaches.

"I can't wait to get over there."

Bryant reports that he has heard from several college programs over the course of the last few weeks, but that he has told them all what his plans for college are.

"I have been telling these other coaches that I am going to Mississippi State and that they can give that offer to someone else," said Bryant. "I don't want to waste anybody else's time or anything like that.

"I know where I want to go and I am going to keep it with Mississippi State."


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