At the Premier Health Flyin to the Hoop event Huntington Prep was extremely impressive. They went 2-0 despite being one of the youngest teams at the event, and showed that they can compete with anybody. One of the most intriguing players on the roster was class of 2018 wing Keyshawn Bryant.
Bryant has excellent size and length for a wing, and is one of the best athletes in the country.
About his junior season, Bryant said, “The year is going well. It has been a big jump for me in competition from down in Florida where I am from, but I feel I am making a name for myself.”
He continued, “I know I have to work on my jump shot and my ball handling skills to complement my length and athleticism.”
When it comes to his recruitment, things are definitely picking up for Bryant.
Though he moved away for high school, the Winter Haven native remains tied to the area, and the coaches at UCF are trying to keep him close to family for college.
“They just tell me to come around and visit, and that I should stay home and be someone who helps the program,” said Bryant of UCF.
When it comes to Missouri, Bryant said, “Coach (Rob) Fulford said he is looking forward to seeing me play in person, and that I should continue to work hard to get better, and that he likes my game.”
For now Bryant says he is in no hurry to make a commitment and wants to see who all will be involved in his recruitment during the spring and summer.null