Keith Bryant decommits from Miami, Florida State leads

Streeter Lecka

FSU is in the driver's seat for the 6'2, 302-pound Bryant.

Delray Beach (Fla.) Atlantic High School defensive tackle Keith Bryant has decommitted from the University of Miami. His new leader is Florida State.

Bryant is a consensus four-star recruit and one of the better defensive tackles in the state for the class of 2013. Both Florida State and Miami have recruited Bryant for a while now, and despite defensive coordinator Mark Stoops leaving Florida State for Kentucky, Bryant believes Tallahassee is his best option.

"I feel somewhere else is a better fit for me," he said.

Florida State does not currently have a commitment from a defensive tackle recruit.

Bryant is the third Miami Hurricane to decommit in this cycle and either commit to or name Florida State as his leader, joining Levonte "Kermit" Whitfield and running back Alex Collins, perhaps the top runner in the nation.

Miami's recruiting class now consists of 10 commitments.

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