Won the championship with the City Reapers in his first season with OTE. Bryson was traded from the Cold Hearts to the City Reapers halfway through the season. He averaged 11.5 points and 6.9 rebounds per game through the regular season. He scored in double figures in 12 of the 15 games this season. Pulled down five double-doubles in the regular season with one 20 point and 15 rebound outing against the Bruins. Bryson scored in double figures in all three championship games. In the clinching game, he went 7-11 from the floor and finished with 15 points and eight rebounds. Was one of two sophomores at OTE this season. Bryson became the first sophomore ever to sign with OTE.
Bryson is ranked number six in the ESPN25 for 2025. The rising sophomore attended Pace Academy during his freshman year. Last summer before he was in high school, Tiller played at the 17U level with Atl Xpress and looked very comfortable playing against players that were at least three years older than him, including current OTE player TJ Clark. Coming off of a strong freshman season, he participated in USA Basketball’s U17 Minicamp. College coaches haven’t been able to make contact yet with Tiller, but he already holds several high major offers to colleges.