Bryant Will Be On The Prowl For SEC School Next Year
Former Clemson Tigers quarterback Kelly Bryant, who shocked the college football world by opting to transfer from a school where he was 16-2 as a starter, has chosen the University Missouri as his next destination.
Bryant announced his decision via Twitter Tuesday night in this video that we've embedded below.
Bryant led Clemson to the College Football Playoff last season, his first year as the team's starting quarterback. The Tigers lost to Alabama in the semifinals.
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Bryant announced on Sept. 26 his intention to transfer after splitting time with freshman Trevor Lawrence. The pair split time through the first four weeks until Bryant announced on Sept. 26 his intention to transfer.
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At Missouri, Bryant will be the immediate successor to Drew Lock, who will end his senior season with the Tigers after the Liberty Bowl against Oklahoma State on Dec. 31.