ArmySports.com: What tipped the scales in favor of playing football at Army?
Bryan Vavruska: Definitely the opportunities afterward, not many schools that have good facilities as Army, can offer the opportunities afterwards that West Point can.
ArmySports.com: What is your actual size and 40 speed?
Bryan Vavruska: I'm about 6'2" 185 and my forty time is between 4.4 –4.5.
ArmySports.com: How do you feel about playing in front of 35,000 to 75,000 fans?
Bryan Vavruska: It will be awesome. They have a great stadium there and a lot of people come out to support the team and playing against Navy in front of 80,000 people, wow!
ArmySports.com: Have you already thought about what you want to study at West Point?
Bryan Vavruska: They (West Point) were fourth in country in engineering behind a few of Ivy League schools, that is definitely an option.
ArmySports.com: What position are you being recruited at?
Bryan Vavruska: Free Safety.
ArmySports.com: Are you doing anything special on LOI Day?
Bryan Vavruska: I'm not sure. They sent me my letter. I'm not sure if we are doing something at school or with Corey McKeon (LB teammate at Naperville, HS who is a verbal to Nebraska) …we might sign together, but I'm not sure.
ArmySports.com: Did you get a chance to chat and hangout with other recruits during your official visit?
Bryan Vavruska: They brought about 10 of us in the first weekend of official visits. We hung out with our hosts. We had a chance to meet with some of the players that we would be playing with next year. I hung out
with Zac Maodus from Texas, who is big and quick (I remember him from one of the summer football camp I attended) and we had a chance to chat. I'm really excited! My dad is really excited. He brought West Point to my attention when I was a sophomore, even before football was in the picture. He thought that being a West Point Cadet would be a good fit, so it worked out that they wanted me for football as well.
Bryan will be a direct appointment to West Point.