Bryson got to see a lot of the campus at Georgia Tech and he toured the facilities. "I went out on the field with Coach (Joe) Speed and Coach (Paul) Johnson told me that I had an official offer to become a member of the Georgia Tech family."
Coach Johnson watched film of Bryson prior to his visit to Tech. "He said loves my motor on the field." Tech feels that Bryson's frame will allow him to add weight without losing any of his abilities. "He said I am the prototypical player that fits what Georgia Tech is looking for in a student-athlete."
The offer from Tech brings Allen-Williams' total number of offers to 12. Bryson also has offers from Florida, South Carolina, Duke, Missouri, UCLA, USC, Washington, Boise State, Tennessee, North Carolina State, and Penn State.
Bryson rated his trip to Tech as an 8. It was a great trip and I can see Georgia Tech is a team that is ready to move forward." Bryson knows that down years happen. "You can see talent on the team and Georgia Tech just needs to keep doing what they are building on and the Yellow Jackets will be a great team again."
The highlight of the trip for Bryson was going on the field to meet Coach Johnson. "I especially love that Georgia Tech is only 10 minutes down the road from my house."
Georgia Tech will be a team that Bryson seriously considers. "I want to keep my options as open as I can and see what offers come my way. This off season I'll start sorting out the teams I like from the ones that don't really fit what I am looking for in a college." Bryson wants to make his college choice before his senior year starts.
Bryson has a few things in mind that will factor into his decision. "I'd love to be able to have my family there to support me." Bryson also wants to be able to get a great education. The possibility of earning early playing team will also be a factor in his decision.