Dawson County High School Head Volleyball Coach Tanya Porter said Reinhardt University will be getting a great athlete but an “impeccable person” as she celebrated Kati Brady’s scholarship signing May 16. “Kati has an enormous amount of compassion. She is selfless. Time and time again she’s proved that she’s selfless. She has a tremendous amount of empathy for her teammates, for her classmates, for her friends and family and to me that character is what’s going to take her a long way in life,” said Porter. “That’s a coach’s dream – to have the competitiveness, the perseverance and all of those skills wrapped up with a player who’s selfless and all about the team and all about other people receiving the glory.” Brady, who received scholarship offers from Berry College and Reinhardt University, ultimately decided on the latter to stay close to home.
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