Bryant One To Watch In Spring Drills

After an impressive 7-6 season that included a Seattle Bowl win over Oregon, Wake Forest looks to continue their success on the gridiron. With the graduation of David Walters, Masanori Toguchi, and Blake Henry, offensive line depth is a question mark for the Deacons in 2003. Will Wesley Bryant be able to step up and help take over for Wake's graduating linemen?

Charlotte, North Carolina offensive lineman Wesley Bryant is a player to look out for this year in spring drills. Bryant, a sophomore at Wake Forest, is a transfer from the University of Florida.

When DeaconSports spoke with Bryant earlier in the year, the 6-4, 285 pound lineman told us that he was happy with his decision to attend Wake Forest and that he is ready to contribute at WFU.

"I feel happy about my decision [to attend Wake Forest] which is a welcome change from last year," Bryant said earlier this year. "As far as getting ready for next year, I will just do what I am asked of by my coaches on and off the field and hopefully I will be ready to help this team continue its success and hopefully win alot of football games."

If Bryant is ready, he will be a welcome addition to the Demon Deacon offensive line.

Bryant has three years of eligibility left on the gridiron in his college career.


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