2018 4-star athlete Bryan Addison is visiting Arizona State this weekend. It will be the first official visit for the senior out of Gardena, Cal. since declaring his top five schools on Oct. 12.

Addison is number 109 on the Armchair300 and is the third ranked athlete in the country. He has spent his high school career on both sides of the ball. Addison excelled at both the safety and wide-receiver positions at Junípero Serra High school. Even at the collegiate level, tt wouldn’t be surprising to see Addison take snaps on both offense and defense.

On sight Addison’s height is the first thing that stands out. At 6-foot-5, he towers over most others on the field at any given time. This is encouraging for any program that would hope to use him as a threat at wide-receiver. One thing that can be a little concerning, however, is his weight. Currently listed at 180 pounds, Addison weighs less than most other top prospects listed as a receiver, safety or athlete. Addison will likely be asked to put on some weight to reach his full potential at his future school.

If Addison were to commit to Arizona State, he would be the crowned jewel of the incoming class. He would be the first player on the Armchair300 to commit to the program for 2018. Because the Sun Devils don’t seem to be in the running for any other top player, he would likely be one of the most talented freshman on the team going into next season.

Arizona State is not the only PAC-12 school in the run for Addison. His top five also includes UCLA the Sun-Devils’ in-state rival Arizona. He also received offers from six other PAC-12 schools and was thought to be seriously considering Washington until recently. Big Ten schools Nebraska and Michigan round out Addison’s top five. Whoever lands Addison will have an immediate game changer on the roster.

Arizona State may be the one of the smallest schools out of the contenders for Addison, but the team does have one advantage — familial ties. Addison has an older brother, Joseph Bryant, who was on the track team for the Sun Devils and is also currently on the football team as a defensive back. Bryant has one more year of eligibility after this season, so Addison could be won over by the prospect of playing on the same team as his brother.

Addison is one of the best in the country at his position. Todd Graham will have the chance to make the Sun Devils stand out from the rest this weekend when Addison makes his official visit to Arizona State.

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My name is Zach Regelin, I am a student at the University of Oregon, and I live and breathe sports. As a lifelong Oregonian, being a sports fan can be a constant struggle. Instead of asking myself whether my local NBA team can compete for a title, I wonder which future superstar we passed on in the draft. Even my own school — which has had plenty of success over the years — always seems to come up short in the biggest moments. Despite the frequent heartbreaks, I wouldn’t trade my fandom of Oregon sports for any other team with a more lucrative history. It will just make the eventual championship that much sweeter.
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Team Manager at Armchair P12 Crootin , The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
My name is Zach Regelin, I am a student at the University of Oregon, and I live and breathe sports. As a lifelong Oregonian, being a sports fan can be a constant struggle. Instead of asking myself whether my local NBA team can compete for a title, I wonder which future superstar we passed on in the draft. Even my own school — which has had plenty of success over the years — always seems to come up short in the biggest moments. Despite the frequent heartbreaks, I wouldn’t trade my fandom of Oregon sports for any other team with a more lucrative history. It will just make the eventual championship that much sweeter.
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