Wide receiver Mason Bryant (6'1/175) is a model of hard work on and off the field for his Monrovia (Calif.) teammates. Bryant leads his team in every receiving category this season and also maintains a GPA above a 4.0.
With his strong performances on both sides of the student-athlete spectrum, Bryant has plenty of opportunities at the next level. Along with Air Force and Army, Ivy League members Harvard, Colombia, Yale and Cornell, have offered Bryant.
"Everything is going real well," Bryant said. "I'm just doing my best each day and having fun at the same time."
Bryant has held off on any official visits this year, opting to wait until after the season to evaluate the programs that are seeking his services the next four to five years.
"I'm looking at all of them right now really," he said. "Just keeping my options open and trying to see where my best fit will be at."
Bryant's biggest offer from a football standpoint comes from the Ohio Bobcats, who boasts and 8-3 record in 2012 and has made an impression on the Monrovia product.
"I like that they're a winning program. Coach Solich is a good coach and he runs a good program," Bryant added. "The coaching staff is always willing to talk and listen and I can see myself excelling there and becoming a good receiver."
Even with all his offers, Bryant is still searching the market, hoping to hear from some other top programs as well.
"Also Duke and Vanderbilt. I've sent out my film to all those schools so now I'm just waiting to hear back."