"I've seen plenty of games in person, but this was the first time I'd been up there to see a practice," Bryant said. "I know the coaches and the campus really well and also the facilities and the stadium, but this was my first chance to see the way the coaches coach the players and watch them compete.
"It was a really great time up there.
"I really like coach (Chris) Petersen a lot and coach (Jordan) Paopao is really cool and I have a good relationship with him too."
In addition to his visit to check out Washington's practice, Bryant has also visited UCLA, Washington State and Oregon State this spring.
"I've had a real good time visiting all of these schools and seeing what they have to offer," Bryant noted. "I'm not close to deciding, but I'm not ruling out making an early decision.
"I just want to see which school feels the most comfortable for me and which staff I bond with and feel at home with. That might take while. I'm not sure."
Bryant wrapped up his junior season by posting 48 receptions for a team-leading 1,137 yards and 17 scores while helping lead the Crusaders to their second-straight championship.