"I'm just really, really excited for college," she said. "That coach has so many contacts and she's already told me that she'll help me [transfer]. She had 10 girls transfer to big colleges [last year] and she has good connections and will help me get to where I want to go, because I want to keep playing."
As Bryson looks for his next college stop closer to home, his ultimate dream remains a chance to play in the MLB. Despite showing tremendous speed and power at the next level, the 5-foot-7, 150-pound player was passed over in the recent MLB draft for a teammate with less-impressive stats who stood 6-foot-1.
But Bryson refuses to let his height stop him. He draws inspiration from Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia who, despite standing 5-foot-8, has been a staple of the Sox's roster the past eight years and helped them win the World Series in 2007 and 2013.
"MLB has always been a dream for me," Bryson said. "We talk about it constantly. Sometimes you have to face reality, but overall if you still have that dream and you give it all you've got every day, who knows? You might end up there. I'll continue to pursue that dream until somebody high above tells me I can't.
"People always want to say, 'You're too little,' but look at Dustin Pedroia. I'm sure there were people who doubted him throughout his whole life, but it motivated him to be where he is today. It all depends on how much you care about the game and how much work and effort you're willing to put in to it.
"It's like my dad says, we reap what we sow, and if you don't put any work into it, nothing good will happen."