Dickson County High School senior Caleb Tuck has committed to play basketball at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee. Tuck, the son of DCHS coach Kevin and Christy Tuck, was a starter for the Cougars in a season that saw the team set a school record for wins with a 27-7 record. Tuck scored 370 points as the Cougars won the district and region championships and advanced to the state sectional for the first time in 15 years and only the sixth time in the school’s 41-year history. Founded in 1930, Bryan College is a non-denominational evangelical Christian college named for famed orator and attorney William Jennings Bryan, who unsuccessfully ran for president three times, although most historians believe he won in 1896, only to have voter fraud hand the election to William McKinley. Bryan came to Dayton to fight the teaching of evolution in public schools during the famous Scopes trial in 1925, dying just five days after the trial’s conclusion. The Bryan Lions recently completed a 15-16 basketball season, losing 75-68 to Tennessee Wesleyan in the NAIA’s Appalachian Athletic Conference tournament championship. Bryan has an enrollment of 1,400 students with 800 undergraduates on campus and 600 enrolled in online, dual enrollment or graduate studies programs.