Bryan has over 20 years of baseball experience as a player and coach. In high school, Bryan was selected to the Roberto Clemente All American team in Puerto Rico. He was also the starting catcher in the Frank Robinson All-Star game. Bryan was awarded a full baseball scholarship to Jefferson Davis Community College. He earned all conference awards in 2001 and 2002, and starred as the starting second baseman in the 2002 Maryland Junior College All Star game. He served as a utility player at UMBC, and was a standout player in both the Baltimore baseball and Susquehanna leagues (1998-2014). Bryan also holds a master's degree in education. In 2014, Bryan created the Redline Hitting Academy, a specialized hitting program designed to increase bat swing speed and swing mechanics.