It appears that the Greg Bryant era at Notre Dame is over.
The junior running back, who was declared academically ineligible to play for the Irish this fall, has enrolled at ASA Miami, a junior college with a new football program run by former Irish assistant Ernest Jones. In addition to starting school and beginning practices with the new program, Bryant also acknowledged that he’ll be “opening up my recruitment,” all but signaling the end of his time in South Bend.
Bryant took to Instagram to announce the decision.
Had my first practice with my new team ASA Miami today and it went great! They gave me a opportunity to wear #1 this season! I'll be keeping everyone updated with highlights and games. Opening up my recruitment so my next move will be my best move. Kinda feel like HIGHSCHOOL again getting offers and everything hahah. Highlights coming soon. ðŸ”™ðŸ”›ðŸ”ðŸ”œ
The chance of a return to South Bend seemed slim from the moment Bryant decided not to return to Notre Dame and enroll in classes for the fall semester. And while head coach Brian Kelly is and was open to Bryant returning to the program if he wants to get his degree from Notre Dame, Bryant sounds like he’s looking for a better situation on the field.
In his Instagram post, Bryant acknowledged that a fresh start at a new school will hopefully make sure his “next move will be my best move.”