Swedesboro (N.J.) Kingsway Regional wide receiver Dorien Bryant just returned from his first and only camp.
“It was chill,” said the 5-foot-10, 165-pounder who is one of the fastest players in the country. “I had a lot of fun at Boston College.”
Bryant, a Rivals 100 member and the top wide receiver in the Northeast, still favors BC after his camp visit.
“I don’t like the turf there that much, but that doesn’t really matter,” he said. “I liked everyone I met and BC has good, quality people.”
However, this recruiting race is far from over. With more than 25 offers now, Bryant still has a little bit of looking around to do.
“I still want to visit Tennessee, Michigan, NC State and Illinois before the end of the summer,” he said. “I’m going to do those unofficially.”
So what is Bryant looking for in a school?
“I just want to be comfortable and feel like that’s where I want to be for my college years.”
And did he feel that way at BC?
“Yes I did,” he said. “People thought I went there because I looked like I was at home. Right now I’m about 75-percent sure that BC is where I’ll go, but I won’t commit until later this summer.”