"Washington just offered me," an excited Bryant told Dawgman.com. "They said they liked my film and how tough I am. They liked how I like to get after it and then they liked how I did at the camp, so they wanted to offer."
The offer from the Huskies came at corner, but Bryant said during the camp he moved over to receiver to take some reps as well.
"During the position drills, I was with coach (Jimmy) Lake with the DBs, but when we started one-on-ones, I took some reps at receiver," Bryant admitted.
The Huskies have also offered two of Bryant's teammates and he said that could come into play once he's ready to make his decision.
"They've offered Jackson (Jack Sirmon) and David Long already," Bryant noted. "David loved it up there when he visited (back in November) and he likes them a lot.
"We've talked about going to the same school for a while, so that is definitely something we'll consider, but obviously, we have to find the right place for each of us, so we'll just have to see how it goes, but we're both real high on Washington."
In addition to the offer from the Huskies, Bryant also has offers from Nevada, Colorado, San Jose State and Utah State.
"I have those five offers and then UCLA and USC have been been talking to me," Bryant said. "Jackson's dad (Peter Sirmon) has formed a pretty good relationship with me, so I'm going to their camp and to UCLA's camp the rest of the summer."
Bryant noted that he hopes to make a visit to Seattle in the next three or four weeks, although nothing has been set up to this point.
As far as when he wants to make a decision, Bryant said he's hoping to take all of his official visits this fall and then wants to commit to a school in "either December or January."
As a junior this past season, Bryant was a star on both sides of the ball, finishing second on the team with 22 receptions for 260 yards and three scores while racking up 34 tackles, five pass breakups and two interceptions.