Washington impresses Bryan

It isn't often that the state of Wyoming produces a top prospect that is sought-after by schools from across the country, but that's the case with Natrona County (Casper, Wy.) OL/DL Taven Bryan who has offers from schools in the Big 10 and the Pac 12. Last week, the rising prospect was in Seattle to take in Washington's Spring Game and he came away impressed with what he saw while he was here...

"It was a really good visit," Bryan said of his time in Seattle. "I got to meet with the coaches, the practice was really well run and I liked the city. I had a great time."

Bryan said the Huskies like him along the defensive line and, while Scout.com has him rated as an offensive linemen, he said he's fine with playing on either side of the ball.

"Oh it really doesn't matter to me honestly," Bryan said. "I just like to hit people. Defense is probably more fun just because you get to do more of the hitting, but I am fine with playing on either side of the ball."

In addition to the offer he has from the Dawgs, Bryan has offers from Nebraska, Colorado State, Wyoming and Washington State and Oregon also offered when he visited there shortly after his trip to Seattle.

"I went down there after I visited Washington and that was also a great visit," Bryan said. "I really liked their facilities and the coaches were really welcoming. They offered me while I was down there and that was pretty exciting too."

Bryan noted that he's not close to making a decision and hasn't even thought about when he'd like to commit to a school.

"It's all so new right now, I really don't know," Bryan said. "Honestly, I haven't really even thought about when I'd like to make my decision. I definitely would like to take some visits though, so that's probably what I will do and then I'll decide after that."

Bryan said he hopes to make it back up to Seattle for the Rising Stars camp at the end of June, but at this point in time he hasn't figured out exactly which camps he will be attending.

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