With the graduation of two senior cornerbacks, it opens up a starting spot which will be battled for by three players that the Seminoles signed in the class of 2004. One of those players got a leg up on two of his classmates by getting on the field as a freshman.
February 15, 2005
<b>Antonio Cromartie's</b> knee injury will give Florida State's freshman cornerbacks a chance to display their talents. One of those cornerbacks who hopes to make a positive impression is <b>J.R. Bryant,</b> a former standout at Miami Killian High School who selected the Seminoles over Miami, Florida, Ohio State and North Carolina State. The personable and confident Bryant saw time with the second team during Wednesday's practice.
August 11, 2004
The Insiders.com No.11 rated safety in the country made the drive up from his home in Miami to attend the football camps in Tallahassee and Gainesville with several of his Coral Reef teammates.
One of the top players in South Florida and in the entire country got a high enough score on the ACT test to qualify academically. The Miami standout will join his Seminole teammates in June for informal workouts.
J.R. Bryant, a 6-foot-0 and 160 pound cornerback From Miami (Fla.) Killian just announced a this school that he will be a Seminole. <br><br>
February 4, 2004
When it comes to surprises, Miami (Fla.) Killian cornerback J.R. Bryant gets excited. "I like to surprise people," Bryant said. "I may have a surprise up my sleeve on Wednesday, maybe. I'll announce my final choice then."
February 3, 2004