Rashaun Bryant remains wide-open

One of the top uncommitted prospects in the Peach State is Rashaun Bryant from Coosa High School in Rome (GA). With over a dozen scholarship offers Bryant, who is rated a 3-star prospect by, is mulling over his options and enjoying his in-home visits.
“Today UAB, Colorado and Alabama State were here. I am enjoying the whole recruiting process but sometimes it gets a little tiresome,” he said. “This is something that I have to do. I need to meet every coach recruiting me face to face and hear what he has to say. That way I can make the best decision for me.”
Currently Bryant, a 6-foot-9, 250-pound center, claims offers from Colorado, Auburn, Tulane, South Carolina, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Nebraska, UAB, and Alabama State among others.
“Right now there is no favorite. I have a long list and I am wide-open,” Bryant said. “My plan is to set up in-home visits with everyone who is interested. After I meet with all of the schools I will sit down with my mother and narrow my list to five and then I will start my visits.”
Bryant, who traveled this summer with the Georgia Stars AAU team, has visited one of his favorites, Colorado and came away impressed.
“The campus up there is beautiful, everything is nice and I really loved it,” he said. “The basketball is different in Colorado, they have really shown me a lot of attention and treated my like their number one guy. The competition isn’t as fierce as in the South and I believe that I could play early if I signed with them.”
Bryant indicated that while leaving home would not bother him there were also a few Southern schools that are in the mix.
“I like both state school, Georgia and Georgia Tech. They both play in good basketball conference, are close to home and have good programs,” Bryant said. “I have followed them growing up so I will give them a strong look.”
Last season Bryant averaged 15 points, 10 rebounds, and 3.8 blocked shots per contest.