Although he'll be attending Furman University next year on a football scholarship Pinewood Prep's Ryan Steed
still wanted to let everybody know he's a heck of a basketball player too. The 2008 standout lead the way against rivals Porter-Gaud in a 71-54 win in the SCISA conference basketball tourney.
Steed had a big effort in the first half and finished the night with a 34 point effort. Teammates Milton Jennings and Kenneth Manigault also provided some firepower for the Panthers with 13 points each. Steed took home MVP honors for his superb effort.
For Porter-Gaud 2009 standout Khris Middleton poured in 22 points. He is currently rated the #2 player in the Palmetto State for the class of 2009 by SCPrepNation.com.
Both teams will now take part in the state playoffs. SCPrepNation.com will have more updates concerning both teams and their star players as the playoffs get underway.
Future Furman DB Ryan Steed earned MVP honors after his performance for Pinewood Prep against Porter-Gaud. The 2008 Furman commit may want to contact the Paladin basketball coaches about trying to play hoops for the Paladins too after lighting up the boxscore for 34 points in a 71-54 win over Porter-Gaud in the SCISA conference tourney finals.