And since Kiante is always talking about how much he loves his mother, and how much he respects the sacrifices she has made for him, coach Montgomery chose to deliver the scholarship papers to her as a Mother's Day present.
On Thursday, East Carolina head coach Scottie Montgomery visitied senior defense end Kiante Anderson's mother, Tia, at her work to deliver an early Mother's Day present.
Anderson is a local product, from Greenville, N.C., the same city where ECU's located. Not only will her son suit up for a Division I school for another season, but his education will also be provided.
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The coach then delivers the mother the scholarship, and a warm embrace follows, and it's all so happy.
Montgomery told Chapman about the scholarship before the coach and mother called the Pirates' newest scholarship player to tell him what he earned.
"I just made a decision to show up today". "We need that. He needs that".
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That's a pretty sweet Mother's Day gift.
This is all very good.
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