Swedesboro (N.J.) Kingsway Regional wide receiver Dorien Bryant announced his college destination on a live Rivals100.com chat on Friday. Where is he headed?
"I committed to Boston College," said Bryant, a 5-foot-10, 165-pounder ranked as the No. 7 wideout in the country. "I liked all of the programs I was considering, but in the end I just felt more comfortable at Boston College."
Bryant chose Boston College over NC State, Michigan State and Purude as well as more than 40 other scholarship offers.
"Coach (Keith) Willis at BC had the biggest influence on me," he said. "He's been recruiting me since I was a freshman in high school and we really clicked. I also felt I fit in very well on the BC campus and felt like I was at home there from day one."
Bryant is one of the fastest players in the country with a 10.3-second 100-meter dash time and a 4.28-second electronic 40-yard dash.