TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Godby's Keyziah Spivey-Sims always wanted to play college basketball, and on Wednesday, her dream came true.
Spivey-Sims signed a letter of intent to play with Johnson and Wales.
Spivey-Sims, a six-foot-four center for the Lady Cougars said she chose Johnson and Wales because of the coaching staff, saying it feels like home.
She averaged over five points and six boards per game last year for Godby. She couldn't ask for more than getting the chance to play at the next level.
"I'm very excited because I know not a lot of people get the opportunity to go to the next level," said Spivey-Sims. "For them to have chose me that means I'm very proud of that. This marks a big moment for me. Ever since I started playing basketball, I knew I'd want to go to the next level."
Spivey-Sims said she's going to major in fashion, retail and merchandising. She already owns her own clothing brand and wants to continue to grow that business.