Three-star forward Bryson McGlothin is fielding high major interest

Bryson McGlottin is one of the most intriguing Lone Star State prospects in the class of 2024. The 6ft 7in long and lean forward rounds out a junior campaign where he helped lead John Paul II Plano (Texas) to state title play.

“Overall, I feel like it’s been a really good year for me,” McGlottin said. “I liked to compete. One of the biggest things I showed was my versatility. I needed to play more, but I also had to show what I can do outside of the game.”

Bryant recently joined Rice And Texas-Rio Grande Valley as the third program proposed by McGlothin last week. It also attracts interest from California, Colorado, Loyola Chicago, SMU, Stanford, TCU and Virginia. With 247Sports, he shared his thoughts on being interested in big big programs:

California:”Andrew Francis calls and checks on me every week. He gives me motivational quotes. We always have very good conversations and I feel that we are building a good relationship. They are showing a lot of interest and have made it clear that they will harass me a little more.”

Colorado: “It’s still new to them. They just got in touch last week or so. I’m talking to Rick Ray. We checked and I told him I would tune in to their games.”

SMU: “I was on their campus. The staff invited me there for training, and I saw the equipment. It was cool. Chris Crider, Josten CroweAnd Rob Lanier.”

Stanford: “I love that it’s both academic and athletic. They take place in sunny California. Trainer Robert Ehsan mentioned that they might lose Harrison Ingram in the NBA, so I’m on their radar.”

TCU: “I’m talking to Duane Broussard And Tony Benford. These conversations are really good because they tell me that they want me to be a better person. They always show me a great time when I go there. I went to football and basketball. I really like the atmosphere and culture. Their players get jobs.”

Virginia: “One of their assistants contacted me. Kyle Getter. They are in the top ten programs. They play good basketball and their coaching staff is highly respected.”

With the season now over, McGlottin announced that he would compete in the Under Armor association playing Texas Impact 4:13. As he prepares for his last massive season, McGlothin is fixated on showing off his best this spring and summer.

“I want to do well and have fun,” McGlottin said. “By participating in the Under Armor tournament, I want to win the league and get the most out of it.”

Three-star McGlottin is ranked 59th among small forwards in the 247Sports 2024 position rankings.


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