Analysis: Keith Bryant grew up a big fan of the University of Miami. When he started playing football at a young age he started dreaming of one day playing at Miami. He then put his name on the recruiting map as a junior at Atlantic High in Delray Beach. By the time January rolled around, he was a 6-2/300 defensive tackle prospect who was athletic for his size and could really play. He took in Miami's first Junior Day event that month, landed an offer, and committed right away. It was the start of a dream come true. Then, like a lot of early commitments, he started getting offers from schools all over the country. He's talked about opening things up some and taking some other visits. While he may do that (he mentioned Ohio State and South Carolina in his most recent interview), Bryant remains firmly committed to the Canes and it'd be a major shocker if he backed off his pledge and ended up elsewhere.
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