Former Clemson Tigers QB Kelly Bryant announced on Tuesday that he intends to transfer to Missouri to play his final year of eligibility.
In 2017, Bryant took over QB at Clemson after Deshaun Watson got drafted by the Houston Texans. Bryant guided the Tigers to an ACC Championship Victory before losing in the College Football Playoff semifinals to eventual champion Alabama. He threw for 2,802 yards and 13 Touchdowns to 8 interceptions and was one of 11 finalists for the Manning award and a semifinalist for the Davey O’Brien award. Bryant also ran for 843 yards and 14 touchdowns. This season he was replaced by true freshman Trevor Lawerence, the #1 recruit in the country according to 247 sports, after having a mediocre start to the year. He threw for 461 yards and 2 touchdowns to three interceptions, while running for 130 yards with 2 touchdowns.
Other schools Bryant was interested in was Arkansas, Auburn, North Carolina, and Mississippi State. His first projected start will be against Wyoming before going to a potential Top 25 showdown against Jack. Allison and the West Virginia Mountaineers.
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