Junior Day Report - Jaimie Bryant

On Wednesday, Jaimie Bryant committed to play football for Washington. On Saturday, he hung out with 11,000 of his newest friends at CenturyLink Field during the Huskies' Spring Game. It was also a Junior Day for the Class of 2013, and the 6-foot-5, 275-pound OL/DL from Tumwater had just the right words to express his sentiment after the weekend's festivities.

"It was an unreal experience, a cool event," Bryant told Scout.com Sunday after returning from the Junior Day and Spring Game in Seattle. "It was really big. Everything there was just…big. I could imagine playing there, playing with the big Dawgs."

Bryant said he didn't know any of the recruits there, but apparently word had already spread that he had made his verbal commitment to Washington a few days earlier - and he felt the love. "Meeting all the players that were there, meeting the coaches that were there before - they said hi and they knew who I was," he said. "It was pretty cool.

His low-key personality meant more time taking it all in, but Bryant did have one thing to do now that he has made his commitment to UW public. "They (UW coaches) just told me to give a shout out to all the other recruits," he said.

Bryant reiterated his 100 percent commitment to Washington, despite the fact that more schools are bound to express interest in the athletic lineman. "I'm just going to train, finish out my school year, and then in the summer go to the Nike Training Football Camp (in Oregon)," he said when asked about his future plans. "I'll go to Central (Washington) for our team camp."

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