Bryant Fultz Signs Letter of Intent to Play at Highland Community College
Bryant Fultz has signed a national letter of intent to play collegiate basketball at Highland Community College in Highland, Kansas. Bryant will be playing for their head coach, Jerre Cole, and competing in the NJCAA during his time in Kansas.
Bryant Fultz is a 6’5 forward and 2-time varsity letter winner for the West Potomac Wolverine basketball program.
Bryant started every game his senior year and was voted captain by his teammates. He was the Most Valuable Player in the George Long Holiday tournament at Wakefield High School in 2011 and was an all-tournament selection in that same tournament his junior year in 2010. West Potomac captured back-to-back championships in that tournament. Bryant also was a 1st team all-Patriot district selection and honorable mention all-region selection by the northern region. Bryant captured the team MVP award along with leading the team in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots during his senior year. Bryant averaged 15 points and 8 rebounds and just under 2 blocks per game. Bryant was selected to the senior northern region all-star game and won the MVP award during that game as his team won in overtime.