The Wolverine coaching staff traveled out West to attend USC’s Rising Stars camp on Sunday and were able to see plenty of talent out of the 700 kids competing. One of the top performers from the camp was Gardena (Calif.) Junipero Serra 2018 athlete Bryan Addison, who dazzled on both sides of the ball. With many coaches on hand, several schools got to see the four-star prospect brilliantly operate and show why he’s considered one of the best in the country.
The result was his offer list growing over the weekend as he added a few more offers including one from the Wolverines.
“They offered me as a coaching staff,” Addison told The Michigan Insider. “My reaction was priceless. I smiled and said thank you to Mr. Harbaugh himself. All my hard work is paying off.”
The Scout 100 playmaker also got to see the Wolverine coaching staff in action and left with a very positive impression of them, especially the headman, Jim Harbaugh.
“They were cool and I saw they had love for the game,” said Addison. “I like how passionate they are for the game. (Coach Harbaugh) was a funny guy. I like how up close and personal he was too.
After picking up an offer from the Maize and Blue, the 6-foot-4, 180-pound Addison now plans on getting out to Ann Arbor in the fall.
“They are going to end up in my top,” said Addison. "Yes, I do (plan on visiting) and I will visit officially.”
Addison added that he will look to take all five of his official visits in his recruitment. However, when the Golden State standout does go and check out these programs, he knows the main factor he’ll be looking for.
“Life after football,” said Addison. “It’s a 40-year decision.”