Dorien Bryant talking to Rutgers

Ex-NC State target Dorien Bryant failed to qualify academically to enroll at Boston College this year and is attending Fork Union Military Academy to qualify for next season.

Is he still intent on returning to Boston College or has he re-opened his recruitment?

"Dorien has opened his recruitment," Fork Union Head Coach John Shuman told StateFans. "He's talking to NC State, Virginia Tech, Boston College, East Carolina, and Rutgers. He's scattered all over the place right now."

Bryant's season is just underway at "FUMA," but he's starting to showcase the ability that made him one of the most coveted wide receivers in the country last year.

"Dorien started slow for us because he was nursing a few high school injuries that we had to rehab, but he's playing now and doing well. Yesterday he had 4 catches for 60 yards and now he's playing with some spunk that we like."

After failing to qualify for Boston College, rumors persisted all summer that he would look at other schools while prepping. That certainly seems to be the case.

"Yes, he's one of the kids who's going to evaluate all his options now and make a good decision. I'm not sure when he'll be ready to decide."

As for NC State, the Wolfpack are involved with the speedy wideout, and appear to be a strong player for his services.

"I know NC State's involved with him. It's been tough staying in touch with us up here during the season because we stay so busy, but I know they've been calling about him."

Stay tuned for more on Bryant as we continue to update his recruitment during his stay at Fork Union!


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