With plans to graduate in December in interdisciplinary studies, Bryant is confident in his decision to remain at Auburn for his senior season, despite having the opportunity to leave early to try his hand at professional football.
“I really wanted my time, my senior season,” said Bryant, who wants to provide leadership for Auburn’s defensive line.
Bryant says a big part of his decision was to grow the same type of legacy for his name that former defensive players Marlon Davidson, Derrick Brown and Bryant’s cousin, Montravius Adams, left behind. “There are things I still want to help this team achieve,” he said.
“And if I didn’t have Auburn? I would be without my family. Every time I hear War Eagle, I hear family. I think about Auburn and I think about how much I want to represent as an Auburn Man, a hard-nosed, blue collar, hard-working man who loves his family. And we are one big family at Auburn.”
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