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Bryant Looking Forward to High School Reunion

Bryant Looking Forward to High School Reunion

Technically, when Jarrid Bryant joins the Sun Devil ranks he won't be considered the sixth player on the team from Corona (Calif.) Centennial. Nonetheless, if it wasn't for his earlier ties to that high school he would never have been looked at by ASU. The wide receiver, offered just last week by Arizona State, begins his Tempe visit tonight and talked to Devils Digest prior to his trip.

Jarrid Bryant has been pursued very late in the recruiting process by Arizona State. Yet, his skills have been impressive enough for him to take a rare post-Letter of Intent signing day visit. The official trip is a mere formality for the Salisbury (Conn.) Prep School standout who is expected to commit on the visit and shortly after become the 22nd member of the Sun Devils' 2009 recruiting class...

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