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Thomas Jefferson’s Nick Bryan Workouts for Dave Borbely and Pitt Today

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Thomas Jefferson 2022 lineman Nick Bryan is no stranger to receiving interest from college football programs.

The 6-foot-3, 275-pound offensive tackle/defensive tackle has received offers from schools such as Holy Cross, The Citadel, Marshall, Army, Fordham, Lehigh, Austin Peay, Duquesne, Ball State, Old Dominion, UMass and Kent State.

Bryan has worked out for the coaching staff at Wake Forest and today he got the opportunity to perform in front of another ACC program, the hometown Pitt Panthers.

”I’ve been talking to Coach Borbely for awhile now, actually since your last article. Coach Borbely cleared out his schedule for June 9 to workout for him and to tour the facilities and campus. It was really exciting to be able to workout in front of him considering all the experience he has in coaching. He had a lot of good things to say and it was a blessing for me.”

Bryan tells PSN that after stretching, Borbely had him run some striders, run 40-yard dashes, do the broad jump and then did lineman drills.

”I think I did really well on the broad jump and the 40-yard dash, I ran a 5.1 forty and a eight/eleven broad jump,” said Bryan. “Coach Borbely complimented my speed, agility and strength. He told me that I’m a real good player and could play at the ACC level. He told me that their scholarships are limited now because of COVID. I understand that because that’s everywhere. He told me that I’m a good player and whatever program gets you will be getting a good player.”

Following today’s visit, Bryan will be busy the rest of this month displaying his skills for a number of other D-I programs.

Bryan will be in Marshall this weekend, Kent State on June 16, UMass on June 19, Holy Cross on June 20 and Fordham on July 3.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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