Connect with us


Morgan State football player killed in car accident

Former DMV prep star, Morgan State walk-on killed in accident on Sunday Morning.

Morgan State football player killed in car accident

The Morgan State football family is mourning the loss of one of its own after a car crash ended his life.

Saif Bryant, a 21-year-old from Columbia, MD died on Sunday after the car he was driving struck a tree and caught fire in Ellicott City, MD at 3:24 A.M. Bryant was pronounced dead on the scene, according to Howard County Police.

Bryant played his high school ball at Howard County High School. His high school coach, Bruce Strunk, remembered him fondly.

We’ve had so many special kids come through, really dedicated kids, but I can honestly say I don’t think anyone loved Howard football more than him,” Strunk said via the Baltimore Sun. “Even after he graduated [in 2015], he was up there at the school and around the team every chance he got. Practices, games, in the weight room … you name it, he loved it all.”

Bryant was an all-county player and helped his team win the county title during his time at Howard County High. He eventually walked on to the football team at MSU, where he impressed interim coach Ernest T. Jones as he was a competitive player despite being undersized. He was also a member of the national honor society.

“That smile and that grin, that’s something I’ve seen in my head a lot these last two days since I got the bad news. That’s something that I think will stick with me,” Strunk said. “He loved being a part of this program and the program loved him.”

HBCU Gameday Founder. Veteran journalist/blogger.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

subscribe to our newsletter

* indicates required

Watch HBCU Gameday

Shop HBCU Gameday



Advertisement Enter ad code here

Advertise with HBCU Gameday


More in MEAC

%d bloggers like this: