"I talk to the (Washington) coaches pretty regularly," Myles Bryant told Dawgman.com. "They keep in pretty close contact with me. I think I spoke to them last week or maybe two weeks ago and they were just checking up on me and talking to me about my season and how things are going for them up there.
"I feel really comfortable with the coaches there and I liked it when I visited up there during the summer."
Three schools that Bryant knows he wants to take official visits to are UW, Colorado and UCLA.
"I really want to get up and see those schools up close again," Bryant said. "I've already been up to Washington and I loved it there and UCLA is really close, so I have been there before and seen what they have to offer and I really like it there too.
"I haven't gotten too serious yet on when I want to set up my visits, but I know I need to start thinking about it a little more seriously. I'll work on setting those up here in the next few weeks, so we'll see what happens."
One thing that has impressed Bryant since he was offered by the Huskies is the attention he has gotten from Husky head coach Chris Petersen.
"I talked to him the other week and he congratulated me on my team's win," Bryant said. "He also just asked how things are going and told me they are excited about me and what I can do."
Bryant has nine tackles in three games for Loyola (3-0) so far this season and they will take on Salesian this Friday in their last out of conference game.