Bryant then attended Wake Forest University where he majored in Sociology.
In 2003, Bryant was one of just two true freshman to play during the season. He began his career as a Free safety but was converted to running back during the teams preseason training camp. He appeared in eight games, carrying the ball 31 times for 122 yards and a touchdown. He made his collegiate debut against East Carolina, carrying the ball nine times for 34 yards, and scoring a two-yard touchdown on his first drive. In 2004, he redshirted for the season. In 2005, he appeared in all 11 games at either Running back or on Special teams. On the season, he carried 22 times for 89 yards and a touchdown, averaging four yards-per-carry. In 2006, he appeared in 11 games. He started against Ole Miss, Liberty University, Clemson and Virginia Tech. He was also the team's third-leading rusher for the season, having carried the ball 84 times for 336 yards and three touchdowns. He also recorded six receptions for 38 yards. In 2007, he appeared in 13 games, and he carried the ball 19 times for 46 yards and two touchdowns. He also recorded 19 receptions for 122 yards and two touchdowns.
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