BUFORD, Ga. — Bryson Richardson stood out from the pack as one of the smoothest and most athletic prospects at Monday’s steamy satellite camp in north Georgia.
Tennessee, which along with North Carolina State and Wake Forest was handling the majority of the camp’s coaching duties, had already taken note of the 2018 defensive back.
Richardson said the Vols and Louisville were the only schools to have offered him entering the Buford camp, but the Wolfpack and Demon Deacons joined the list after watching the silky 6-foot-2, 180-pounder perform.
Richardson attended Tennessee’s camp last Saturday, and he said he was on the receiving end of more good instruction from Vols secondary coach Willie Martinez on Monday.
“He (Martinez) is a great influence on me,” Richardson said. “I learn a lot from him.”
Richardson has plans to attend Notre Dame camp this weekend.