On Saturday afternoon, 3-star small forward Keyshawn Bryant committed to coach Frank Martin and the South Carolina basketball team.
Bryant, a 6-foot-6, 175-pound prospect from Winter Haven (Fla.) High School, picked South Carolina over offers from Florida Gulf Coast, Long Beach State, James Madison, Memphis and Wichita State.
Committed 💯🏀 pic.twitter.com/Ma3JiY0qfI
— keyshawn bryant (@kiddbryant25) June 2, 2018
Bryant is the Gamecocks’ third commitment within a span of about 24 hours. Hartsville (S.C.) High School point guard Trae Hannibal committed to the 2019 class on Friday. George Washington transfer Jair Bolden committed on Saturday.
Bryant is the No. 65 small forward in the Class of 2018, according to the 247Sports composite rankings.
The Gamecocks already have signed a trio of 3-star prospects from the high school level: T.J. Moss, Jermaine Couisnard and Alanzo Frink. Georgetown graduate transfer Tre Campbell is also part of South Carolina’s 2018 haul.