March 5, 2007

Floridian eyes the west

There is no doubt that USC Trojan head coach Pete Carroll has built an amazing program and is currently guiding his programs through one of the truly great runs in college football history.

One of the reasons is the culture of competition that has been created at USC. It is that exact culture that attracts many of the nation's top players to USC.

When you consider yourself one of the nation's best the challenge that USC presents gets your competitive juices going.

That us why cornerback T.J. Bryant (6-0, 175, 4.4) from Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln is fascinated about the idea of playing for USC and maybe somewhere in the Pac 10.

"The reason T.J. likes the Pac 10 is he wants to go against some of the nation's top wide receivers," Lincoln assistant coach Tony Collins said. "One of the reasons he likes USC is he will get to practice against the best.

"T.J. has told Pete Carroll that he wants to practice against Patrick Turner, Vidal Hazelton and he even wants a piece of Joe McKnight.

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