Bryant dealing with three

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - Delray Beach (Fla.) Atlantic defensive tackle Keith Bryant participated in Saturday's Under Armour Combine. The junior defensive lineman performed admirably competing against some top-tier offensive linemen from around the country.
"It was a nice," Bryant said. "It was an opportunity to meet new people and learn some things. What I feel I need to get better at is my one-on-one drills. Everything else was kind of easy. I just feel I need to get better in one-on-one drills and with my pass rush."
During the drills, Bryant was getting advice from the coaches working the event.
"The coaches were telling me to use my hands more," Bryant said. "They said my takeoff was good but when I came off the ball I paused but I can fix that with keeping my hands going."
With regards to recruiting, the 6-foot-2, 292-pound defensive tackle has landed one offer and is drawing considerable interest from a pair of schools.
"Marshall has offered me," Bryant said. "Miami is writing me hand-written letters from Coach (Mark) D'Onofrio and Coach (Al) Golden. I am also going to check out West Virginia's (Orange Bowl) practice on Sunday."
Bryant says he grew up a big fan of the Miami Hurricanes and that the hand-written letters stand out. The staff at Miami is hoping to lure him to campus in January for a Junior Day visit.
"They just tell me they want to see me soon," Bryant said. "They want me to get on campus pretty soon. They have invited me for a Junior Day and I am going to go."
If he was to be offered by the Miami Hurricanes while on campus, he says a commitment wouldn't be out of the question.
"I would have to think about it," Bryant said.
West Virginia has also invited Bryant to Morgantown for a Junior Day event.