Cibolo Steele running back Bryson Denley enjoyed a “great experience” exploring Lubbock last weekend on his official visit.
The 5-foot-10 and 175 pound running back was shown around the Hub City by his host, former Steele running back and teammate Justin Stockton. Denley said he saw the apartments he would live in, toured the campus and had a meeting with his position coach.
He said the campus was very nice and he likes it has everything you need in one place. His parents who accompanied him on his visit were equally impressed and loved the visit.
Denley got to meet with new running backs coach Jabbar Juluke, which went well.
“He is a very nice person,” Denley said. “We have a good relationship.”
He added that he got to talk to all the coaches on his visit and that they plan for him to play at both wide receiver and running back similar to Jakeem Grant.
This past season Denley, who is ranked the No. 11 running back in the state by Scout, ran for 990 yards, 17 touchdowns on 110 attempts and caught 12 passes for 132 yards and an additional score for Cibolo Steele.
Although hanging out with the current players and fellow commits was his favorite part. Fellow teammate Antoine Cox-Wesley also made the trip to Lubbock this weekend and Denley said they were “living it up.”
“I like Lubbock,” he said, “wouldn’t trade it in for any other place.”
Denley is set to have his National Signing Day ceremony 9:45 a.m. Wednesday at Cibolo Steele.