In the era of 24/7 scouting, there aren't too many shockers in the world of recruiting anymore.
Consider today's news a shocker.
American Heritage-Delray running back Greg Bryant, a four-star recruit who was amongst the most sought-after prospects in the country, committed to
Bryant's commitment to Notre Dame wasn't a shocker because of the school — the Irish, who will play in the
Bryant told the Sun Sentinel before the season that he would likely commit to an
The recent Auburn coaching change knocked the Tigers out of contention — an oppurtunity of which Notre Dame appears to have taken advantage.
In Bryant, Notre Dame is getting a running back that can contribute at a high level immediately. At five-foot-11 and 200 pounds, Bryant's aura on the field is much larger than that. He's as hard to tackle as he is to chase down — his 40-yard-dash has been clocked at 4.46 seconds.
The Palm Beach Post confirmed Bryant's commitment — it was first reported by Blue and Gold illustrated.
Bryant didn't return requests for comment, though he did share this on his Twitter account: