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Bryant hopes to attract D-I interest at Highland CC
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L-ES AHMAD BRYANT SIGNED a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and football-playing pursuits at Highland Community College while flanked by his mother, Rashema Young, and his grandmother, Judith Hammond. Standing, from left, are L-E assistant principal Jeff Carraway, Bryants brother, Nasir Bryant, his grandfather, Clarence Hammond, and Demons head football coach Matt Campbell.
Ahmad Bryant is hoping that a second chance will be enough to make a good first impression on Division I football programs. Bryant, a three-year starter at defensive end at Lugoff-Elgin, signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and football-playing pursuits at Highland Community College in Kansas. A 6-foot-3, 235-pound senior, Bryant concluded his Demons’ career by registering 75 tackles (19 solos) while leading the team in both sacks (5), tackles for loss (14) and tying for the most fumble recoveries on the squad with a pair during L-E’s 7-5 2107 campaign which ended in the second round of the 4A Lower State playoffs.