James Madison safety Max Wysocki (Hudl Photo)
Dream school opportunity comes open for Max Wysocki
by Andy Hilton, recruit757
With all of the talent in Northern Virginia, Max Wysocki (2019 SS 6-0 205) may have gone a little under the radar.
He has been a leader at Madison. His academics are in great shape. He was drawing Division I interest.
After a senior season where his squad went 10-3, losing in the Region 6D Final to Westfield.
His senior season performance earned him a selection as a First Team All-Concorde District and First Team All-Region 6D defensive back.
Wysocki drew firm offers from Saint Anselm, Catholic and Michigan Tech.
Virginia Tech offered a preferred walk-on. Thanks to an “above and beyond” effort, Max is headed to his dream school.
“Oregon offered me PWO a couple weeks ago and after meeting with them I knew it’s always been something that I’ve wanted to do. It’s been my dream and so I knew I had to go for it,” Max explained. “I was admitted to Oregon, then Woodbridge assistant coach Gary Wortham, Jr. and his father (Head Coach Gary Wortham) were able to reach out to a connection on the Oregon football staff and get my film to them. That was extremely helpful.”
My childhood dream has now turned into a reality 🙌🏻 I’m excited to announce I’ve earned a PWO opportunity from The University of Oregon thru @BallCoach34 @GJrWorthThank you @CoachBDub @RyanBartow🙏🏻 for the opportunity @OregonGridiron #GoDucks🦆🔰 pic.twitter.com/AMvKVNZjFk
— Max Wysocki (@maxwysocki1222) January 17, 2019
“I am very excited and thankful for the opportunity. All glory to God.”
It’s an exceptional opportunity for an East Coast kid. There’s no scholarship money and it’s a long flight from Dulles to Eugene, but Max is ready for the adventure.
– Andy Hilton