A couple of weeks ago, the Texas State Coaching Staff surprised London, letting him know that he had an offer. It was London's first offer and it didn't take long for him to realize that he wanted to be a Bobcat. "I chose a program where I can stay close to home and I like their program. He (Coach Washington) showed me some of the guys who've come through, and that I would get an opportunity to play," said London. Originally, London is from the South, Savannah, Georgia. His father served in the Army and is now retired. He and his family have been in San Antonio for six years now. Standing 6'1" 215lbs, Texas State has recruited London to play linebacker. They haven't told him specifically if he'll be lining up in the middle or the outside, simply that they will need guys to come in, and earn the chance to play right away. Monday afternoon, London spoke with his area recruiter, who then had him speak with Head Coach Dennis Franchione, to make the commitment official. What makes London's recruitment off the radar is that he didn't attend a Texas State Junior day or camp. He is the true definition of a recruit who came from way off the map. Bryan is set to be a regular graduate and will finish high school in May.
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