Profile - Bryson Allen-Williams
Bryson made the short trip to Georgia Tech last Sunday and had a great time. "I loved my time there and came away with a better feeling about Georgia Tech." Bryson liked Tech before the visit but came away from the visit liking them even better.
Seeing the facilities at Tech and talking to the coaches were the two highlights of the trip for Bryson. "I really loved the indoor practice facility and the players lounge is very nice."
Bryson had a chance to talk with Tech coaches Paul Johnson, Ted Roof, and Joe Speed. "I liked what Coach Roof had to say and I really bonded with him." Coach Roof let Bryson know that he liked what he saw from him as an outside linebacker.
Allen-Williams feels he's at his best as an outside linebacker and was glad to hear that Coach Roof felt the same way. "Coach Roof says that my speed and versatility makes me the perfect fit for his scheme."
Following the visit to Tech, Bryson has plans to visit Alabama. The two weekends following the Alabama visit, he'll be traveling to South Carolina and UCLA. "After I make those visits, I will either be going to Florida or Georgia. I also have plans to watch a practice and/or the spring game at Georgia Tech."
At this time, one school stands out to Bryson and he also has a top five. "My leader right now is South Carolina. Georgia Tech is definitely in my top five along with Alabama, North Carolina, and Georgia."
Bryson plans to make his college choice before the start of his senior season. "We will have a pep rally before our first game of the season and I plan on making my announcement then." Bryson wants to devote his time to making his senior season a great one.
Cedar Grove High School (GA) outside linebacker Bryson Allen-Williams is one of the state's top recruits for the 2014 class. Bryson recently visited one of the in-state schools and came away with a better feeling about that school.