Graduated from Grapevine High School in Grapevine, Texas, where he earned four varsity letters in baseball for coach Tim McCune ... Only player in school history to be named team MVP twice (2003-04) ... Grapevine Offensive Player of the Year in 2003 ... Won the Grapevine Top Hustle Award and named the Defensive MVP his sophomore season ... Played in the North/South Texas Scouts Association Game in 2004 ... Top 25 prospect in Jason Becker’s Texas Baseball Magazine ... 2004 Offensive MVP for District 5-5A ... First team Fort Worth Star Telegram his senior season ... 2003 first team All-District 5-5A shortstop ... Fort Worth Star Telegram All-Area selection his junior year ... First team All-Grapevine Sun in 2003 ... First team All-District 6-4A shortstop his sophomore season ... First team All-Grapevine Sun in his sophomore year ... Was named the Newcomer of the Year for District 6-4A and by the Fort Worth Star Telegram his freshman year ... Garnered All-Area honors by the Forth Worth Star-Telegram in 2001.
Played for Sunbelt Team Texas in 2004 ... Played for the Dallas Mustangs in 2003, which advanced to the Connie Mack World Series. Named to the all-tournament team and won the Joseph Cooper Award as the batting champion ... Two-time (2002-03) Connie Mack All-South Plains All-Regional Team.
Full name: Bryan Christopher Kervin ... Born: 3/23/85 in Fort Worth, Texas ... Son of Ricky and Becky Kervin ... Has a brother, Rick, and two sisters Renee and Kim ... Is undecided in his area of academic pursuit.