Abraham Talks Tech Commitment

Abraham Talks Tech Commitment

Bryson Abraham of Jennings High School committed to Louisiana Tech last week, shortly after his official visit to Ruston, and you can find out why he made that decision right here. Is he a solid verbal? Will he take any more visits? Who are the current coaches, players, and fellow prospects that have made an impact on him?

"Right now, I'm not a solid verbal but Louisiana Tech's ahead and I am committed to them," said Bryson Abraham. "I chose Tech because I love the people there and I love the coaches. It's a good atmosphere to be around, and I could see myself there for four-to-five years.

"Coach (Sonny) Dykes is a good man. He's coming to visit me on Wednesday. I'm really cool with all of the coaches, but the main ones I have a close relationship with are Coach (Tommy) Spangler and Coach (Kevin) Curtis."

Who are the current Tech players and prospects that Abraham has forged a bond with?

"Chad Boyd and Lyle Fitte are guys who I know will make good teammates," he said. "I'm also good friends with Tyler Porter, and I got to know the linebacker - Beau Fitte - on my official visit. I also like the big offensive tackle (Ezekiel Alsander). I think he might have already committed. He's highly-interested in Tech."

What does Abraham have going on between now and National Signing Day?

"I have an official visit to UL on the 28th," he said. "For me to switch to them, they'll have to blow me away on the visit. They'll have to sweep me off my feet for me to change my mind."

Is there any pressure in the community to go with the Cajuns, who are a local program?

"There's not really any pressure at all," Abraham said. "People are telling me that they'll support whatever decision I make."

This weekend, Abraham will compete in the Who Is The Mann All-Star Classic in Baton Rouge.

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