Georgia Bulldogs: Greg Bryant

RB Greg Bryant commits to Notre Dame

December, 9, 2012
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Greg Bryant (Delray Beach, Fla./American Heritage), the No. 2 running back in the ESPN 150, committed to Notre Dame on Sunday at the end of his official visit on campus, according to his father, Greg Bryant Sr.

Sooners back in the mix for Greg Bryant 

September, 24, 2012
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The name Cale Gundy hadn’t meant much to ESPN 150 running back Greg Bryant (Delray Beach, Fla./American Heritage-Boca Delray) in recent months.

Bryant, ranked No. 30 in the ESPN 150 and No. 2 running back, said in the past he didn’t have a stronger bond with a coach than with Gundy, Oklahoma’s running back coach.

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Tom Hauck for ESPN.comAfter decommitting from the Sooners in late July, top running back Greg Bryant says he will not visit OU.
Bryant surprised many, including himself, when he committed to the Sooners on an unofficial visit March 31. But most agreed it would be a tough chore for OU to hang onto him until national signing day.

ESPN 150 RB Greg Bryant talks favorites 

September, 9, 2012
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SEFFNER, Fla. -- Four-star running back Greg Bryant (Delray Beach, Fla./American Heritage) led his team Friday night to a 36-28 upset win over Seffner (Fla.) Armwood, the top-ranked school in class 6A.

The 5-foot-11, 197-pound totaled 44 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries and added an acrobatic 52-yard reception. Bryant, whose two touchdowns went for 25 and 3 yards, also played defensive back for the Stallions in the second half.

As for recruiting, Bryant says South Carolina, Auburn and Georgia stand out, and now there is a new team in the mix for the talented running back.

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Greg Bryant looking at four SEC schools 

August, 26, 2012
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ESPN 150 running back Greg Bryant (Delray Beach, Fla./American Heritage) says Alabama, Auburn, Georgia and South Carolina are the four schools he's looking at, and he has no leader.

"Alabama just began talking to me a little bit recently," Bryant said. "None of the programs have jumped out front right now."

The 5-foot-10, 195-pound senior had tough sledding Saturday in a ESPN-televised game against Cocoa. Bryant rushed for 111 yards on 24 carries but struggled to break off any big runs.

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Notebook: Summer recruiting recap 

August, 7, 2012
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While the summer months are considered downtime, the Georgia Bulldogs have continued their torrid recruiting pace this summer, picking up several commitments from prospects in several states. With the ability and, arguably, the dire need to bring in more than 30 signees for the 2013 class, the Bulldogs have been aggressive with offers. That has paid off with a group that already dwarfs that of the freshman class now on campus. As football season approaches, DawgNation takes a look back at the goings on and decisions made in the past few months, along with a look ahead at what to keep an eye on this fall.

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Radi Nabulsi/ESPN.comTampa, Fla., safety Paris Bostick was slated to announce his decision this summer, and still might. The Bulldogs are considered a favorite to earn his commitment.
Commitments piling up
As school let out across the country, prospects seemingly lined up to make their commitments known to the Bulldogs. ESPN 300 wide receiver Uriah LeMay (Matthews, N.C./Butler) committed to Georgia on June 1. The 6-foot-2, 197-pound wideout picked the Bulldogs over Clemson, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech and Ohio State, among others. Two days later, another ESPN 300 receiver secured a spot, as Reggie Davis (Tallahassee, Fla./Lincoln) verbally committed. The 6-foot, 162-pound four-star prospect is considered one of the top deep threats in the always-loaded Sunshine State. Less than a week later the Bulldogs picked up their top outside linebacker target, Naim Mustafaa (Alpharetta, Ga./Alpharetta). It was a rare in-state battle for the 6-foot-4, 235-pound four-star, although SEC rival Tennessee continues its pursuit.

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ESPN 150 running back Greg Bryant (Delray Beach, Fla./American Heritage-Boca Delray) decommitted from Oklahoma on Monday night and wasted little time renewing contacts with a couple of schools that would be closer to home for the nation’s No. 2 tailback.

“I talked to Georgia and South Carolina today,” he said. “That is about it.”

The four-star tailback would be a big catch for the Bulldogs, who do not have a running back committed in the 2013 class.

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Foster is best of NFTC one-on-ones

June, 19, 2012
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National All-Nike Camp team: Thousands of top athletes participated in this year’s Nike Football Training Camps, but it was Auburn, Ala., linebacker and Alabama commit Reuben Foster, the No. 2 recruit in the ESPN 150, who stood above them all.

2013 RB Greg Bryant 'stuck' on OU 

February, 8, 2012
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Oklahoma’s foray into Florida continues.

The Sooners are in hot pursuit of running back Greg Bryant Jr. (Delray Beach, Fla./Armerican Heritage-Boca-Delray), widely regarded as one of the top junior running back prospects. The Sooners signed three recruits from Florida in the class of 2012 and already have offered four other Florida prospects in the class of 2013.

“My son is really loving Oklahoma,” said Greg Bryant Sr., Bryant’s father. “I talk to him a lot about different schools, and he doesn’t know where he wants to go, but he definitely likes Oklahoma.

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Inside the Dawghouse 1/20 

January, 20, 2012
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DawgNation is here to take you Inside the DawgHouse -- a confidential look inside Georgia football recruiting for DawgNation subscribers only. As it will be every week, everything reported Inside the DawgHouse stays on The Pound forum. We are providing this information for our subscribers and hope that you help keep this information protected by keeping it here.

A few things discussed in this week's update:

  • Grantham denied in-home?
  • Derrick Henry reacts to addition of Todd Gurley

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Names to know for 2013, Running backs 

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As DawgNation evaluates all of the positions on the Georgia Bulldogs football team at the midpoint of the season, we also will look ahead to who might be filling those positions in the 2013 recruiting class.

Running back targets

Just as with the quarterback position, the Bulldogs have already received a commitment from one of the top 2013 running back prospects in the the Southeast. In fact, Derrick Henry (Yulee, Fla./Yulee) committed with Brice Ramsey (Kingsland, Ga./Camden County) at the same time during the Dawg Night camp this past summer. If Henry stays true to his commitment, the Bulldogs will be getting a record-setting running back who racked up more than 5,000 rushing yards and 65 touchdowns in his first two years of high school. Henry is a big back, towering at 6-foot-3 and weighting 231 pounds. His size has led to a number of offers as a linebacker, but Henry is adamant that he will play running back at the next level. With numbers like his, plus his 4.7 speed in the 40-yard dash, the Bulldogs coaches can't wait to see him in the backfield.

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