Profile - Will Bryan
Monday Will received a visit at his school from several Tech coaches and later that day his family hosted the coaches for dinner. The visit went as expect for Will. I’m so familiar with Tech and the coaches that we basically just chatted about the season, the championship game, and my upcoming official visit.”
When Bryan makes the transition to college life in January, he will be rooming with several of the current freshmen. Bryan will then move in with his brother Justin this summer. “Justin loves it there and told me that I will too.”
Will is excited to get started and was surprised at how quickly the time went by since he gave Tech his verbal commit. “The year Tech had made it an enjoyable time that I will not forget."
His official visit will start Friday with a meeting with academic counselors to set up his schedule for the spring semester. Will plans to get his feet wet by taking 12 hours. Bryan will be busy with both academics and spring practice. “Just thinking about it has me excited and ready to go."
The Tech coaches have told Will that they plan to play him at left and right tackle. “When Coach (Paul) Johnson and Coach (Mike) Sewak were at my school today, they mentioned that tackle is the spot for me and they expect big things from me.”
Prior to the visits on Monday, Will and his brother traveled to Charlotte for the ACCCG. Will was impressed with the way Tech played. “I’m excited about the future of Georgia Tech. I know we played a great game and we are a force to be reckoned with in the ACC."
Bryan will be moving in at Georgia Tech on the 3rd or 4th of January. “It’s hard to believe after all this time, that it’s just around the corner."