‘Bully!’ for MSU athletic scholarship recipient Bryant
Hard work – and play – paid off big for Brandon Bryant, who left last Tuesday, June 3, to start his football career with a full athletic scholarship at Mississippi State University. The 2014 Rosa Fort High School alumnus played sports his entire life but said he kicked his efforts into full gear after losing his aunt Keshia Bond a year ago.
“It’s going to be a big transition. I’m going to just be positive,” he said. “My strategy to stay focused is my family. My aunt, who passed, she just made everything complete for me. When she passed away, I grind harder than I ever did before.”
His mother, Katrina Bryant, said Brandon dedicated his senior season of football to Bond.
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