Keith Bryant commits to Florida State over rival Miami, South Carolina

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Bryant gives FSU a solid defensive line prospect.

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Keith Bryant, a defensive tackle from Atlantic High School (FL), committed on National Signing Day to play for the Seminoles. Bryant came down to Florida State and Miami, but ultimately decided that FSU was the place to be. He had originally been a Hurricanes commitment before re-opening his recruitment in December.

Bryant is considered the No. 17 defensive tackle in the class of 2013 by Rivals and the No. 24 DT by 247Sports. He visited FSU, Miami, South Carolina and FAU prior to committing, though he was sent home early from the FAU visit after coaches deemed he wasn't taking it seriously.

Ratings: Bryant is considered a four-star prospect by 247Sports and Rivals.

Vitals: He is 6'2" and weighs 306 pounds.

Other offers: South Carolina, Miami, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida, Georgia

Twitter: @BasedBoyKeith97

Recruitment timeline: Catch up on Bryant's recruitment with this StoryStream.

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