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Jarrid Bryant added to Sun Devils' 2009 Signing Class

February 10, 2009

Jarrid Bryant, a 6-4, 185-pound wide receiver from Salisbury Prep School in Salisbury, Connecticut, becomes the 22nd student-athlete to sign a National Letter Of Intent to study and play football at Arizona State University, head coach Dennis Erickson announced Tuesday.

Bryant originally attended Corona (Calif.) Centennial High School where he was a star basketball player. He did not play football as a senior in high school. Teammates from Centennial High School at ASU include current players Ryan Bass, Shelly Lyons and Brandon Magee and fellow 2009 signing classmates Vontaze Burfict and William Sutton.

Bryant becomes the 20th high schooler in ASU's 2009 recruiting class. His biography information follows:

Jarrid Bryant WR 6-4 185 Fr. Salisbury, Conn. (Salisbury Prep School)

Tall, versatile athlete...starred at cornerback and wide receiver for the Knights...has excellent speed and height, with the ability to cause significant mismatch problems for opposing defenders...moved to Connecticut in 2006 from Corona, Calif., where he attended Centennial High School with several current Sun Devils...also a very talented basketball player...will be the tallest wide receiver on the team, helping ASU replace 6-foot-4 wide receiver Michael Jones...caught 10 passes for 140 and two touchdowns in 2008 while playing in a run oriented incredibly talented returns specialist, he scored five times on kickoff returns and three times on punt returns in 2008...has the ability to make a game-breaking impact each time he touches the ball...chose ASU over Boston College, California and Kansas..."(Attending ASU) is a wonderful opportunity and I'm ready for it," says Bryant...signed with ASU on Feb. 9, 2009 as a rare post-National Letter of Intent Signing Day addition...coached by Chris Adamson at Salisbury.