BEAVERTON, OREGON –
Bryan Addison, the four-star athlete out of Junipero Serra High School in Gardena, California has a unique skill set to get after the ball whether on the offensive or defensive side of the ball.
The 6-foot-5, 180-pound athlete has long, smooth strides – almost like he is skating on the field – that makes it seem like Addison can get from sideline-to-sideline in just a few steps.
ILL BE LETTING GOD LEAD ME FROM HERE 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/BGhWzjWbzV
— Bryan ❗️ (@b_richesss) June 6, 2017
While playing predominantly defense at The Opening, he terrorized receivers and quarterbacks, breaking up and intercepting passes and getting in their ears while he was at it.
“I like getting in other people’s heads,” Addison said. “Making them mess their game up, making my game better and giving me confidence and pump my game up for the next play.”
Offensively, Addison likes going toe-to-toe with defenders in goal-line situations and loves catching balls “(40-yard-line) and in.”
Bryan Addison’s Recruitment
Addison said ASU and UCLA were pursuing him hardest when he was at The Opening. Since then, he’s picked up offers from Michigan, Ohio State, Fresno State and Boise State.
It’s been an interesting time line for Addison. On April 7th, he released a top-five of USC, Nebraska, Oregon, ASU and UCLA. He visited Arizona State on April 16th and was slated to make his commitment on April 21st. But on April 18th, he tweeted he wanted more time to make his decision.
Gods plan 📍 pic.twitter.com/TMze2Qvdkc
— Bryan ❗️ (@b_richesss) April 18, 2017
Since then, Addison released a top-seven on June 5th, adding Washington and Arizona to his top schools.
He said Arizona has picked up their contact with him lately and the Sun Devils have been making a big push throughout the entire process and the fact that they are not to afraid to play guys as freshmen or sophomores is intriguing to him.
No matter where he ends up, he will be a headache for opponents on both sides of the ball.