High School Career
Bryant attended Silver Bluff High School where he played football as well as baseball. In football, he was a four-year stater, starting at both Running back and Quarterback. While there, he helped lead the school to a 51-5 record, a regional title every year he was a starter, and two state championships (2000 and 2001). As a junior and senior, he was the teams starting quarterback, passing for 1,930 yards and 26 touchdowns during those seasons. For his career, he also recorded 16 rushing touchdowns.
While at Silver Bluff, Bryant ran a 4.5 40-yard dash. He was also selected to the South Carolina Shrine Bowl team, selected to the South Carolina All-State Team (all classes included), a 2-A All-State selection as an athlete, a PrepStar All-Region selection, selected as the 17th-best player in the state by SuperPrep, he was also rated as the 20th-best prospect in the state, and the nation's 39th-best player as an athlete by Rivals100.com.
In baseball, Bryant was a two-time All-State selection, and a four-time All-Region selection as well. He was also selected to play in the 2003 Select Baseball game.
Outside of sports Bryant was a good student as well, he was a member of the National Chemistry Honor Society, as well as a recipient of the Presidential Community Service Award and the John P. Sullivan Award for athletics and academics.
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