HV Jenkins 3-Sport Athlete Bryant a GACA Flag Football All-Star and More

By Prep Sports Report Staff | December 21, 2023

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At the 2nd annual Flag Football All-Star game organized by the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association (GACA), senior Kaiya Bryant, H.V. Jenkins High School, was one of three players selected from Savannah to participate in the all-star game held on December 16, 2023, at the Flowery Branch, GA, indoor facility of the Atlanta Falcons. Kaiya demonstrated her outstanding skills and versatility on the field right away. 


On her first play, Bryant intercepted the ball and later caught two passes for 10 yards. Her receptions resulted in two first downs for her team. During the season, Kaiya scored 20 touchdowns, averaged 15 yards per carry, and had seven interceptions, two of which were pick-sixes for the Warriors. 

Brianna Brooker, the Head Coach of HV Jenkins, was asked about Kaiya's ability in flag football. She said, "Kaiya's absence on the field greatly affected our team's performance. Throughout the season she played multiple positions." Brooker noted, "Kaiya has exceptional abilities and may play at the next level. She can do it all." According to Brooker, Bryant played defensive back, linebacker, wide receiver, and edge rusher during the All-Star game. Additionally, Kaiya is a three-sport athlete at Jenkins High School.


Bryant is a talented athlete who participates in basketball, track, and flag football for the Warriors. According to Coach Brooker, Kaiya is the leading scorer for the Warriors basketball team, averaging 10.3 points per game. With her versatility and skill across multiple sports, Bryant stands out as an exceptional athlete who has the potential to excel at the next level in the future.


PHOTO CREDIT: Courtesy Bryant Family

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