- Derek Tyson, RecruitingNation
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.
"I like Florida State, Georgia, Auburn and South Carolina," Bryant said after his game. "All of them are just even. I added Florida State. Mark Stoops contacted me and I just want to look at them closer. FSU is in Florida, so that could be a good deal."
The nation's No. 2 running back said he will start setting up his official visits after his team's first district game Sept. 21., but he has no time table on when he'd like to make a decision.
"Florida State has been contacting me the most," Bryant said. "I hear from Alabama, Georgia and Auburn, too. I always keep in touch with Auburn. No favorites right now, I'm just going with the flow. I don't know when I'll make a decision but it probably won't be anytime soon."
Bryant says he likes the depth chart at Georgia.
"Georgia is a pro-style offense," he said. "They run out of the 'I' and they don't have many running backs, so I could come in there and play early."
Bryant says that he ultimately wants to play with a program that will utilize his skills.
"I'm looking for a pro-style offense," he said, "a team that could go to the championship and a school that can give me an opportunity to make plays."