SPC's Bryant signs with Charleston Southern



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Wed. February 3, 2010 | Bob Putnam | Email

St. Petersburg Catholic running back Keelyan Bryant had interest from a few schools but Charleston Souhern was the only one which offered.

After his recruiting trip, Bryant decided that was the right fit for him, committing to Charleston Southern, then signing with the school during a ceremony on Wednesday.

"I felt like it was a place I could stay for four years," said Bryant, who ran for more than 2,000 yards combined as a Baron the past two seasons. "I think I can make the traveling team as a freshman and maybe get some playing time."

Two other SPC girls soccer players also signed on Wednesday. Kelsey Dougherty-Howard is headed to Fordham. She picked the school over several other offers, including one from Central Florida. And Kasey McKeon is headed to Furman.


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