Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant is continuing to mull his transfer decision. Bryant, who left Dabo Swinney’s program after losing the starting job to five-star freshman Trevor Lawrence, has been making the rounds and taking in the atmosphere of a few Power 5 programs while he decides on where he will land next.
So far, we have seen Bryant taking in an Arkansas Razorbacks game and Missouri Tigers game.
Bryant recently discussed the importance of taking in a program’s atmosphere firsthand.
“It was definitely a great experience, great time, just really getting up there and just hearing from the coaches’ perspective and seeing for myself firsthand what all they’re about. I really could see myself there,” Bryant told Matt Connolly of The State. “To me, I felt like at the end of the day I look back, they checked all my boxes.”
Up next for Bryant is an official visit with the North Carolina Tar Heels.
“I’m taking an official to UNC this weekend. I’m trying to figure out for Mississippi State whether I’m going to get down there. I’m thinking about it. It’s not set in stone yet,” Bryant said. “And I’m trying to find one more to check out. I’m not sure yet.”
It is clear that Bryant has plenty of options and it will be interesting to see where he ultimately lands.
Throughout his career at Clemson, Bryant recorded 3,338 yards through the air for 16 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. The 6-foot-4 Calhoun Falls native has added 16 touchdowns on the ground.