2020 DE Bryan Bresee Camps W/Michigan, Earns 'Big Offer'

Demascus (Md.) High 2020 DE Bryan Bresee earns "big offer" from Michigan after a strong camp performance on Saturday.

BOWIE, Md. -- Fresh off competing at the Under Armour camp held outside of Baltimore, 2020 defensive end Bryan Bresee came to Michigan's satellite camp at Bowie State on Saturday to simply watch as an on looker.

Or so he thought anyways.

Then, well, the 6-foot-5, 260-pounder was talked into participating in the camp – and it was a good thing he did – because he walked away with some good news from his camp experience. 

“I came over here and was sore, they told me to put on some cleats and do some drills, so I did that and received an offer after the camp,” Bresee said.

“That’s a really big offer for me,” Bresee continued. “That’s very exciting, it’s been high on my list for a while now.”

Bresee, who stars at nearby Demascus (Md.) High, received the news personally from Jim Harbaugh himself after the camp. 

“It was just exciting, especially meeting him and watching him on TV all theses days, talking to him in person, he’s just a real good guy,” Bresee said.

Michigan defensive line coach Greg Mattison worked with Bresee all afternoon, and it seems he also made a positive impact on the rising sophomore.

“Definitely could see myself playing for him,” Bresee said of Mattison. “He’s a good guy. Just learning from him and all the tools that he taught me in that short period of time, it was good learning from him.”

And while he didn’t name Michigan his leader in his recruitment, Bresee “definitely” holds the Wolverines in high regard.

“They are definitely really high up,” Bresee said.

Next up, he says he’s looking to visit U-M for the first time possibly on June 24.

“Just going up there and looking at the campus, seeing how it would be if I went there, just trying to get a feel for it,” Bresee said.

Upcoming, Breseee says he plans on visiting Ohio State, Clemson and Alabama later this month, though none have yet to offer, he says. 

“I mean, trying to build a relationship with the coaches and peoples that I might be playing with (at school) one day,” Bresee said. “You know, just trying to see how I would fit into their system.”


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