Brantley has big time in Columbia

The South Carolina Gamecocks are in search of a few speedy playmakers to complement their array of taller receivers on the roster, and one prospect who could fill that void is Mt. Zion (Durham, NC) two-star prospect Tehvyn Brantley. Look inside as Brantley discusses his recent trip to South Carolina, his official visits, and more in this recruiting update from
November 17, 2009

Brantley Visits NC State

Pack Pride has the latest on Tehvyn Brantley after his recent visit to NC State. Although he enjoyed his trip to Raleigh, Brantley admits he still has North Carolina out front.
September 21, 2009

Practice Tour: Tehvyn Brantley

DURHAM, N.C. --- For the program's third season, Mount Zion is hoping to gain more exposure for itself and its players. To help achieve that goal, Mount Zion will rely on its superstars like Tehyven Brantley, a 5-foot-8, 165-pound wide receiver.
August 21, 2009

Brantley Feels at Home at UNC

As expected, Tehvyn Brantley visited North Carolina on Wednesday. However, the 5-foot-8, 165-pound wide receiver didn't make a verbal commitment, as some media reports had speculated.
August 5, 2009

Brantley Enjoys Showcase

Mt. Zion Christian Academy (Durham, NC) WR Tehvyn Brantley's tour around the country may be over. Brantley attended his final camp of a whirlwind tour Saturday when he participated in the Gamecock Showcase Camp. Read inside as has the full report.
July 27, 2009

Tehvyn Brantley Enjoys night in The Swamp

Tehvyn Brantley came to Friday Night Lights with something to prove and felt he performed the best that he could. Brantley also received some very encouraging news from a former Gator great. He finished his junior season with 13 touchdowns receiving and 15 touchdowns passing. He says he can bench 270 pounds and claims a whopping 39-inch vertical.
July 25, 2009

Brantley on Verge of Commitment

Tehvyn Brantley can see the light at the end of his recruiting tunnel. After attending nearly 50 camps the past two summers, he has one last camp remaining on his schedule – Florida's "Friday Night Lights." Shortly after his final camp, he expects to be ready to make his college decision.
July 24, 2009