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Milford Academy Prep ATH Gregory Bryan

2014 ATH Gregory Bryan (6’1, 180, 4.4/40) plays at Milford Academy Prep. He graduated in the Class of 2013 from H.D. Woodson High School in Washington, DC. He currently holds one offer from Maryland and is garnering interest from North Carolina, Clemson, and Pittsburgh.

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Bryan took one unofficial visit this summer to Maryland. He talked about the visit and the impression it left on him.

Maryland: “They have a good football program with a young coaching staff. The staff is looking forward to bring big things to Maryland. I liked that. Overall, the visit was great.”

He discussed who is recruiting him the hardest and who his frontrunner is. “Maryland, North Carolina, Clemson, and Pittsburgh are recruiting me the hardest, but my favorite is Kentucky.”

He told Varsity Preps why Kentucky stands out in his recruitment.

Kentucky: “I’ve been wanting to go to Kentucky since my 8th grade year. UK always has been an underrated SEC school. Now the new coaching staff is making good moves and building a winning program; I like that. I want to be a part of a program that will stop at nothing to win.”

Bryan discussed his how many official visits he may be taking. “I want to take at least three of my five official visits to Clemson, North Carolina, and Kentucky.” He listed why he’s interested in taking OVs to these programs.

Clemson: “I’ve talked to the coaching staff many times. I know the staff is interested in me and I am interested in them. The  coaching staff is great.”

North Carolina: “Same with Clemson, I’ve talked to them many times as well. I am interested in the program and I really like the coaching staff.”

Kentucky: “I’m visiting Kentucky because it’s my favorite, but I want to meet the coaches and tour the campus. I also want to see if the program gives me the ‘home’ feeling to where I don’t want to leave.”

He talked about what he’s seeking from a college program. “Offensive scheme is a major factor in my decision. I have to fit in the offense. I’m also looking for the support within the program and a place where I can call home.”

Bryan told Varsity Preps what he feels makes him an attractive prospect. “I bring speed and I can be used in both the running and passing games.”

He’ll like to make his decision before November 12th.



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