"First time I've done linebacker in a couple of years, so I was a little rusty," he told TheInsiders.com. "I could have done better."
Baird ran a 4.79 40, 4.18 shuttle, put up 16 reps of 185 pounds on the bench and jumped 26 inches in the vertical.
Interest is coming heaviest from two schools - Washington State and Oregon State. Bryan has family ties to Pullman, but he likes what the Beavers have been telling him. "I like Oregon State a lot and I've gotten a few letters from Nebraska, so I'd like to see where that pans out," he said.
Bryan will try and camp at Oregon State for a day and then head on over to Washington State's team camp. "I was also invited to the James Hasty Defensive camp, and I might check that out too," he said.
"I'm going to check everything out."
Nike camp report - Bryan Baird
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