Bryan Addison has been one of the top prospects at The Opening. Shouldn’t be any surprise that he’s getting attention from all the top programs in the West and beyond.
Addison has been garnering attention from a ton of Big Ten programs, so much so that he’s planning on visiting three schools. Brandon Huffman at Scout reports.
“I don’t plan to take officials to UCLA or USC because I want to get out of town for those,” said Addison. “Right now, I’m planning to visit Nebraska, Washington, Ohio State, Michigan and Oregon for my officials.”
Addison has a top seven that includes six Pac-12 programs, including the Arizona Wildcats, Arizona State Sun Devils, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Oregon Ducks, UCLA Bruins and USC Trojans, but the Ohio State Buckeyes and Michigan Wolverines put out recent offers that could’ve changed the dynamic.
Despite all these officials elsewhere, you have to feel USC and UCLA have a good spot since Addison hails from Serra. USC has pretty much set up shop in Serra and UCLA tends to get their fair share of prospects there as well.
“Coach (Clay) Helton is always texting me pics of me in USC gear and talking about the Serra tradition there,” said Addison. “It was good to camp there and spend some time being coached up there. Obviously, we’ve had a lot of players go there, so I’m looking at them.”
Addison camped at the Bruin Elite Camp on Friday, working at both receiver and at safety, but when the camp concluded, he toured the campus and spent time in the coaches offices.
“The camp was a lot of fun and competing with all of my friends was cool,” said Addison. “The campus definitely had my vibe and I liked it a lot. Working with the coaches made me feel closer with them.”