By: Ken LaVicka
It appears there will be much less intrigue surrounding American Heritage come football's National Signing Day in February.
Four Stallions teammates made their college intentions known over the weekend, including major RB prospect Greg Bryant.
Bryant, after taking an official visit to Notre Dame, committed to the nation's #1 team upon his return to South Florida Sunday. American Heritage head coach Stacy Sizemore confirmed Bryant's commitment, which comes as a surprise. The Irish had never really emerged as a major player for Bryant, who de-committed from Oklahoma in July, telling ESPN 760 at the time that he wanted to attend a school in the South due to his desire to have his family see him play
. South Bend would not appear to a be a quick trip for his family on Saturdays.
Offensive lineman Rod Johnson renewed his Florida commitment after taking it off the table following the resignation for Gators assistant Aubrey Hill in August. Hill has been implicated in the Nevin Shapiro scandal affecting the University of Miami, where he served on the coaching staff before going to Gainesville.
Both American Heritage safeties have college destinations as well. Darrion Richardson gave a verbal to SMU following a meeting with coaches last week, while Xavier Swinton alerted Miami-Ohio of his intentions to play for them during the weekend.
The biggest question mark hanging over the talented graduating class at American Heritage is QB/ATH Marcus Davis. Davis has numerious Division I offers and made a visit to Wake Forest in early September.