Bryant redshirted last year and will be a 5th year senior at Troy. He finished his Trojan career with 32 tackles and an interception.
Bryant, from Lincoln High School in Tallahassee, Fla. was a 4-Star cornerback prospect by Scout.com.
"I love those Troy coaches," Bryant said. "They believe in me and I believe in them. They put cornerbacks in the league and that's ultimately where I want to go. It's just a great opportunity for me to excel and get great coaching. Hopefully I can fulfill my dreams and play in the NFL after Troy."
Bryant, 6-foot-1 and 190-pounds, will be a 5th year senior. He has already graduated with a communications degree from USC before being officially released on June 18th. He will be in a Master's program at Troy.
"I have so many good memories of my time at Southern Cal," Bryant said. "In the end things just didn't work out. I wish the entire USC program nothing but success in the future and the best of luck. I just had a really good time out there."
Bryant was also considering transferring to North Carolina, Tennessee, Rutgers, Temple and Missouri before selecting Troy.