With the recent commitment of running back Bobby Washington to Miami many feel Killian teammate J.R. Bryant is not to far behind. Miami was his favorite team growing up and he would like nothing more than to fulfill his dreams of playing for the hometown Hurricanes.
So what is holding back Bryant from making the early pledge to his favorite team?
"I would like to take my visits and make sure Miami is the place for me," Bryant said.
Even though the 'Canes appear to have a huge early lead, Bryant wants to see what some other schools have to offer.
At 6-foot-1 and 190 pounds, Bryant is one of the top cornerbacks in Florida and it's easy to see why. Not only does he have the size to line up against the bigger receivers, he sports a sub-4.5 40-yard dash.
"I use my size to outmuscle receivers and try and get into their head by playing physical with them," he said.
One factor that will be looked at closely by Bryant is each team's depth chart. He wants to be able to step on the field as soon as possible. Trying to catch up with Miami at this point are Pittsburgh, Ohio State, NC State, Rutgers and Michigan. However, each of those schools will have a hard time beating the 'Canes for his services.
Bryant plans on camping at both Rutgers and NC State this summer.