GAVSV.com recently had the opportunity to speak with Landmark Christian School athlete Tanner Bryant.
The following is a transcript of some of the highlights of the conversation with the 6-2, 177-pound baseball and football star.
GAVSV.com: You recently attended Georgia Tech's camp in Atlanta. Describe your experience there.
Tanner Bryant: It went well. I thought that the camp was good. Everybody competing got a lot of reps and the coaches there got a good evaluation of everybody. I got to meet Georgia Tech's newest commitment, Jordan Luallen. He's a real nice guy. We did a lot of 1-on-1s.
GAVSV.com: How would you describe your performance in front of the Georgia Tech coaches?
Bryant: I think that I did well despite just coming from working so hard with baseball.
GAVSV.com: What was it like to work closely with the Yellow Jackets coaches?
Bryant: It was great. They have a nice coaching staff. Me and (Georgia Tech head) coach (Paul) Johnson got a chance to talk for about five to 10 minutes about baseball and football and life.
GAVSV.com: Did Coach Johnson express any interest in recruiting you to play for the Yellow Jackets?
Bryant: Yes. He told me to just keep working hard and to communicate a lot with my recruiting coach. He said he wants to see me go through my senior season and watch how I play. I think he is interested.
'09 Q&A: Landmark Christian's Tanner Bryant
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