Will was joined on the visit by his mom, dad, and brother. His parents and brother enjoyed the trip as much as Will did. "They were amazed at the atmosphere at the game." Will's dad and brother both went to school at Georgia. "My dad and brother even wore Georgia Tech gear in support of me."
The Bryan family visited the football facilities and attended some homecoming events. "My mom really liked homecoming and said she would be a big part of that ever year. Bryan also spent time with Coach Bryan Cook and Coach Mike Sewak. "I even went out on the field and talked with Coach (Paul) Johnson."
The coaches let Will know they were glad to have him as a commit and are looking forward to getting him in school. "I told them I couldn't wait and I'm really excited at my opportunity to not only play football at Georgia Tech but to get my degree from them."
Bryan is working hard to be able to come in and show the coaches that he can play right away. "That is what I'd love to be able to do."
Recruiting other players to Tech has already started for Will. "I look at it like you can't have a great team without great players." Will talked to a few recruits on his visit. One in particular was Charlotte offensive lineman Brian Chaffin. "I told him that you can't beat an education from Georgia Tech and you play at the highest level on the football field."
Bryan will continue to help to make his class a great one. "It's nice being the first to commit. I want to make sure I help the staff in any way I can."
Now that he has committed to Tech, Will has not been hearing much from other schools. "I think it is pretty well known that I am very firm to Georgia Tech and I will not be changing my mind period."
Look for Will and his family to return to campus for the Georgia game. "My family will be in Tech gear most likely as we are a tight knit family and family comes first."