Plenty of schools are already starting to contact North Carolina State commitment George Bryan. The 6-foot-6, 250-pounder out of Wilmington (N.C.) New Hanover maintains he's sticking with the Wolfpack for the moment, but will look around.
"As of right now I'm still committed to NC State," he said. "I'm mostly just going to wait and see what comes out of all of this before I do something.
"I've already talked to my position coach, Curt Cignetti and he's still got his job right now. I like him a lot. He came over to my house and then the athletic director called and basically they both said my scholarship was still there and they are trying to find a new coach. Coach Cignetti came by mostly trying to reassure me and make sure I'm still committed which I can say I am."
The three-star prospect went on to discuss what he likes about State.
"I think whatever they do will work out for the best," he said. "I feel I'm very firm, but if a new coach comes in and it doesn't work out with me then I want to look around to be safe. I think they have great facilities and the school is surrounding themselves with good players and coaches."
As stated above, Bryan plans to look around a bit and plenty of schools have already been in contact.
"I think I'm planning to take a couple of visits just to see what else is out there," he said. "I know a bunch of schools have already contacted my coach including Clemson, East Carolina and a few others. They all are just reminding me that their offer is out there too. I do think I will probably go down to Clemson for a visit, but at this time I don't know when as I'm kind of busy with basketball."