Delray Beach (Fla.) American Heritage junior running back Greg Bryant has already landed numerous offers, predominantly from schools along the East Coast. On Sunday night, that list grew when a powerhouse from the Midwest came calling.
"Oklahoma just offered me," Bryant said.
"I just got it over the phone," Bryant added. "I spoke with (Oklahoma running backs) Coach Cale Gundy. He just told me I am a good player and that I need to come there for a visit. He just told me I am good enough to get an offer from them."
The Sooners add to a list that includes Bowling Green, Duke, Florida, Georgia, Marshall, Minnesota, Wake Forest, and West Virginia. For the 5-foot-10, 193-pound back, all of the early interest is a bit surprising to him.
"It is crazy," Bryant said. "It is just a blessing."
Bryant has previously said that the in-state Florida Gators led the Georgia Bulldogs for his services. But with his list of suitors growing, he has pumped the brakes with regards to naming an early leader for his services.
"Right now I am just waiting to see who all offers," Bryant said. "I don't really even have a leader because I want to learn more about schools and find one that I really want to go to. I don't really have a leader at the moment."
So far this season, Bryant has been unable to get onto a college campus. When asked if he would make it anywhere between now and the conclusion of the regular season, the only specific destination mentioned was the University of Florida.
As a junior, Bryant has amassed 913 rushing yards and 10 rushing touchdowns on 69 rushing attempts. He also has six receptions for 159 yards and a touchdown.