Max Mason Returns To The Flats

6'6"-205 wide receiver Max Mason and his teammate Darren Waller were guests of Georgia Tech for their opener with South Carolina State. The North Cobb receiver talked about the visit and the possibility of Georgia Tech being one of his top two schools if they were to offer.

Max Mason made the return trip to Tech after attending their camp this summer. "We had an excellent time and I had a chance to talk with Coach (Brian) Bohannon," said Mason. "He was telling me that the staff was following my play at North Cobb and that he plans on attending one of my games to see me play." Mason was glad he had the chance to talk with Coach Bohannon and to hear where he stood with Georgia Tech.

While he didn't receive an offer on his visit, Mason knows that getting one is still a possibility. "Coach Bohannon told me that I was one of a handful of wide receivers they were looking at for the final scholarship they would be giving to a wide receiver." Mason should know in two or three weeks if he'll be receiving an offer. "I really like the location of the school and it fits me perfectly."

Mason has a good idea who his favorites would be if he were to receive an offer from Tech. "If they were to offer, it would be between them and Vanderbilt." Mason likes both the school and the football program. "It is about twenty minutes away and it would be interesting if they offer," said Mason. "It would be nice to play with my friend Darren at Georgia Tech."

Following his visit to Georgia Tech, Mason made the trip to Nashville for the Vanderbilt-LSU game. "I just got home from my visit to the game and I have plans to go to Auburn and I hope to be able to go to the Georgia Tech and Miami game later in the year."

Mason is pleased with his play thus far for North Cobb. "I had four or five catches in our first game and against Lassiter we went to the option and I had to show how well I can block and I felt I did a good job." The Lassiter game was a good experience for Mason playing in the offense he would play if he attended Georgia Tech. Top Stories