A physical back who brings toughness to the back four ... Also offers the team a host of intangibles ... Anchored the squad's central defense in the last two seasons and will be expected to do so again in 2015.
Wrapped up his career with another season of solid defense as a center back for the Wildcats ... Overcame an early season injury that forced him to be the sidelines for three games to become a key contributor in October .. Started 14 goals ... Scored his only goal of the campaign to help key a 2-0 win on a rainy September night at La Salle.
Patrolled the center of the Wildcats' defense, starting all 18 games he appeared in ... Also moved into the attack area on set pieces and contributed a goal and pair of assists ... Generated eight shots, four of which were on goal ... Consistently was asked to help mark the opponent's most dangerous forward ... Finished off a free kick feed from Max Kroschwitz for the Wildcats' only goal in a 2-1 loss at Providence on Oct. 11 ... Named Soccer Six Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 20.
Started all 18 games and was among the Wildcats' leaders in minutes played ... Contributed a pair of goals as well ... His first college goal came on Sept. 7 in a 3-0 home pitch victory over the Red Foxes of Marist ... Recorded his first BIG EAST goal in a 2-1 loss at Seton Hall on Oct. 9.
Practiced but did not see any game action for the Wildcats as a red-shirt
Saw action as a reserve in games at St. John's and Seton Hall.
Parents are Terry and Connie Bryant ... Has one sibling, Whitney (23) ... Whitney plays college soccer at UNC Charlotte ... Played club soccer for the Concorde Fire U18 Development Academy ... Was named a team captain at Lassiter High School and was a Cobb County All-Star selection palying for coach Billy Pritz ... Lettered in three varsity sports at Lassiter, including basketball, football and soccer ... Scored game winning goal in the Region championship game with 16.4 seconds left in the second half of overtime.