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Once again on Signing Day it's Florida State defensive tackles coach Odell Haggins who's able to reign in a big-time playmaker up front.
After reeling in Eddie Goldman and Timmy Jernigan the last two years, Haggins was able to get four-star Delray Beach Atlantic High defensive tackle Keith Bryant to sign with FSU on Wednesday.
"I love what they're doing up there in Tallahassee, I love the atmosphere, I love the coaches," Bryant said during his announcement on ESPNU. "I had a great bond with the players and I feel that's where I need to play and further my education."
The 6-foot-2, 306-pounder is ranked the No. 17 defensive tackle in the class of 2013. Haggins and Bryant have had a relationship since Bryant was in eighth grade.
He joins fellow defensive lineman Davarez Bryant (no relation), Desmond Hollin and early-enrollee Demarcus Walker in the Seminoles' 2013 class. Keith Bryant is the lone interior defensive lineman of the bunch.
The U.S. Army All-American and one-time Miami commitment chose Florida State over the Hurricanes, South Carolina and Tennessee. Bryant would give FSU 21 signees in the 2013 class.
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