Browning Continuing a Tradition

Bryant Browning is used to winning, and winning big. Playing for powerhouse Glenville High School there is only one goal – to win a state championship. Like a lot of Glenville players before him, Browning will be headed to a major Division I program after graduating high school.

Bryant Browning doesn't care what position he plays, he just wants to play football, period. While most people project the 6-4, 320-pound, offensive lineman from Cleveland, Ohio, (Glenville) to play offensive guard in college, he is open to anything.

"I can play any of them really, guard, tackle center," Browning proclaimed.

The top Midwest prospect is going to take in several camps this summer.

"Ball State, Cincinnati, Iowa, Illinois, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Wisconsin…and oh, Ohio State, too," said Browning when asked his camp plans.

Browning already has a short list of schools, but he says he is open to anyone.

"Iowa, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Ohio State, Notre Dame…and Northwestern too," Browing said when asked about his favorites.

The Hawkeyes, Spartans and Badgers have already offered.

Growing up Browning followed Ohio State, Notre Dame and Michigan.

As for a time frame for making a decision, Browning is in no rush.

"I'll probably wait until this fall to take some visits," he said.

SMITTY'S TAKE – Browning is a top-notch student with a 4.2 GPA so academics are certainly not an issue. He is a really good kid looking to make a name for himself this summer at several different camps. Notre Dame has a shot if it offers this summer at camp, but watch out for Ohio State.