Keyvaun Cobb's fantastic Christ School football career ended in November after being named All-State three times as a defensive back, amassing over 3,000 yards on offense and accumulating 20+ interceptions and three trips to the NCISAA D1 and DII State Championships. His football career, however, is not over as he signed his National Letter of Intent this morning to play football at Wofford College.
"Keyvaun is the ultimate competitor," said Head Coach Tommy Langford. "He works so hard and really stepped up for us this year. He played at running back, wide receiver, kick and punt returner this year as well as being an All-State defensive back. His presence will be missed."
His presence will be missed on the track as well. Keyvaun Cobb helped the Greenies win their first state Track and Field Championship since 1990 last season, and holds school records in the 100m, 4x100m, 4x200m, and 4x400m.
He will play for a Wofford football team that has finished 19-7 over their last two seasons and continues to be on the rise. The team defeated Elon University in the first round of the playoffs this year, before falling, 13-10 to Kennesaw State in the second round. They fell to eventual National Champion North Dakota State in the Quarterfinals the year before.