Florida still on top with 2013 RB

Delray Beach (Fla.) American Heritage running back Greg Bryant had planned to hit the road and visit Florida on Saturday to watch the Gators host UAB, but those plans changed.
"We ended up having practice on Saturday so I couldn't make it," Bryant said. "I was planning to."
While he was unable to make it on campus, Bryant has been able to see the 2011 version of the Gators on television.

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"I watched their games," Bryant said. "I like how they run Jeff Demps and how the offense is set up now."
He plans to make it to Gainesville twice in the next month to see Charlie Weis' offense from inside the stadium.
"I am going this week and Alabama on October 1st," Bryant said.
Bryant, who holds offers from Bowling Green, Connecticut, Florida, Florida Atlantic, Georgia, Marshall, and Minnesota, says that two schools are standing out but only one can claim that top spot.
"Right now Florida is ahead of Georgia," Bryant said. "It is because it is in Florida, they are closer. I just like everything about them and how they run stuff up there."
As for the possibility of an early commitment, it definitely exists for the 5-foot-10, 193-pound running back.
"I have been thinking about it, but I don't know yet," Bryant said.
In addition to visiting Florida, Bryant said that he has been talking to Georgia and eventually hopes to make it on campus there for a visit during the season. At this time, no specific date has been scheduled.