One can expect that being a 3-year starter at QB on a 5A perennial power that
recruiting would be very busy. This is exactly the case for Bryan Berens from
Brophy. Bryan has already taken a few unofficial visits and attended junior day
at a Big 12 school. Berens took the time to update Scout.com of his most recent
suitors and summer plans.
The 6'2 210 pound lefty has been invited to junior days at Colorado,
Nebraska, Northwestern, Oregon, Florida State, Ole Miss, Louisville, Vanderbilt,
Illinois and Yale. He attended the Cornhusker's junior day recently. He
has taken unofficial visits to Colorado and Stanford. He also is
considering attending junior day or making unofficial visits to Louisville,
Illinois, Northwestern and Harvard.
Berens is planning on camping at one of the Scout.com combines and is still
deciding what college camps he will atend. He is still deciding between
Stanford, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Northwestern, Nebraska, Colorado, Ole
Miss, Vanderbilt, Harvard and Princeton. "Camp plans are still dependent
on summer football, logistics and continued interest by the programs involved,"
according to Berens father.
Berens currently does not hold an offer but is hoping to get one soon.
Over the past two seasons, Berens has performed admirably for the Bronocs,
leading them to the state championship as a sophomore and into the playoffs last
year. He completed 63.2% of his passes last year for 2,114 yards with 22
touchdowns versus only 5 interceptions. His play earned him 1st team
all region honors as well as honorable mention all state.
Schools will not have to worry about Bryan's academic standing as he performs
very well in the classroom. He currently holds a 4.26 GPA and scored a 2260 an
the new version of the SAT. The NCAA still only uses the verbal and math section
for eligibility and Berens scored a combined 1460 on those sections.
Here are clips of Berens as a junior, he is wearing #14:
QB Bryan Berens from Brophy Prep (Phoenix, AZ) shares his busy summer plans and updates Scout.com with his latest recruiting news.