Keith Bryant is no longer a member of the Florida State football program.
This week, it was reported by Warchant.com that the defensive lineman has not been a member of the team since the Seminoles parted ways following spring ball. The news became public knowledge after Bryant was arrested for a traffic violation earlier this week.
Records from the Leon Country Sheriff’s Office show Bryant was arrested on June 6 for habitually driving on a suspended license. Bryant was released the same day.
Bryant was a redshirt senior who saw very limited time during his Florida State career, despite coming to Tallahassee as a four-star recruit in 2013.
The 6-foot-2, 274-pounder recorded just six tackles and one tackle for a loss throughout his career.
Bryant’s departure from the team helps Florida State as it works to cut to the 85 scholarship limit. Currently, the team has 88 scholarship players on the roster.