The University of Washington football program never seems to go wrong with a player named Bryant. in the lineup – Beno, Hunter and Myles, they were all highly decorated and great players for the Huskies.
Now add Deven Bryant to the UW this particular type of football lineage once he signs a national letter of intent next winter.
On Sunday, St. John linebacker Bosco High took the first step to make it all happen by announcing on social media that he’s committed to the UW.
Bryant picked the Huskies over Oregon, Louisville, Colorado, Fresno State and Washington State from about a dozen offers.
He is the third commitment of 2023 for the UW, all from California, joining 5-foot-11, 180-pound running back Tybo Rogers from Bakersfield High and 5-foot-9, 170-pound wide receiver Keith Reynolds from Adelanto High.
The 6-foot, 216-pound Bryant, who wears No. 20 in a green and gold uniform, stood out for a 10-2 St. John Bosco team by racking up 86 tackles and 4 sacks.
Besides the last name, he hails from a high school that provided the Huskies with plenty of talent, most recently the No. 1 NFL draft pick, Trent McDuffie. graduate running back Sean McGrew and wide receiver Terrell Bynum now at USC.
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For the South Los Angeles Braves, Bryant plays an old-fashioned middle linebacker role, a lonely man on an island.
Playing under the palm trees surrounding his soccer field. he was everywhere, leaping into holes undeterred to take down runners or covering the flanks with the speed required to make sure, tackles in the open field.
Bryant received an offer from Kalen DeBoer’s staff in late January.
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