Swedesboro (N.J.) Kingsway Regional wide receiver Dorien Bryant has been doing some hard thinking lately. Is it time for the speedster to make a choice?
"It's tempting, it really is," said the 5-foot-10, 165-pounder. "But these last couple of weeks have been nice to get a chance to regroup and think things over. If the phone was ringing all the time and I had coaches in my house all day, I'd probably get it over with."
Bryant has decided to stick it out until he makes his final visit, a trip to NC State on Jan. 10. After that, it's decision time.
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"Boston College still leads with Purdue and Penn State still in there," he said. "NC State will be my last trip, I don't want to confuse things any further. It will probably come down to BC and NC State in the end."
Bryant has offers from more than 40 programs and said that schools like Notre Dame, Tennessee, Michigan and others are still trying to get him to take a visit.
"I thought about Notre Dame or Michigan for Jan. 17, but I don't think so," he said. "That would take things too far."