Arkansas Basketball: Glenn Bryant Requests/Receives Release

Courtesy of MARC F. HENNING

The Arkansas basketball team has suffered its first major loss of the year as Sophomore Glenn Bryant has requested a release from the program. The announcement came in the form of a Press Release.

“I met with Glenn this spring and he expressed the desire to be closer to his family,” Arkansas coach Mike Anderson said in a release. “We granted his request and I wish him the best as he pursues another opportunity to play basketball.”

This last season, Glenn played mainly as a reserve, averaging 2.7 Rebounds and 3.4 PPG.

Bryant, who is originally from Detroit, played basketball at Oak Hill Academy in Virginia. His release opens up another scholarship for the highly-ranked 2011 recruiting class which received a hit this offseason with the forfeiture of a scholarship due to low APR numbers.

“My time spent as a Razorback was a great learning experience both on and off the court,” Bryant said. “I will truly miss being a part of this great program.”

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