Defensive tackle is a prime position for every college coaching staff every recruiting year. Getting solid defensive tackles is consistently one of the hardest things to do, especially when you are trying to rebuild a program or even maintain a program.
One of the top defensive tackle prospects in the state of Texas is Richardson (Texas) Berkner tackle Trey Bryant.
Bryant currently holds eight known offers from Arizona, SMU, Baylor, Houston, BYU, Kansas, Utah and Tulsa and is receiving very heavy recruiting interest from Mississippi State University.
“Everything is going good right now,” Bryant said. “I have two official visits set up so far and I am working on setting up two more. I am going to BYU this weekend and I am going to Baylor on Oct. 9. I am probably going to go to Arizona on Sept. 17 to see them play Wisconsin and I am trying to set a visit to Mississippi State for Oct. 29."
Although Bryant will use an official visit on the local Baylor Bears he will use unofficial visits to check out the other local school on his list.
“I have been to SMU already and I will just go there unofficially again since it is only like 10 minutes from where I live,” said the 6-foot-2 inch, 308 pound Bryant. “I like SMU and Baylor because they are close to home and I know I could play early at both schools.”
Bryant eluded to which school is most likely to get his fifth and final visit.
“Utah is really starting to move up my list,” he said. “I like the way they play defense and I am really thinking of tripping there for my final visit.”