Former Clemson QB to Visit Mississippi State

Former Clemson Tiger QB Kelly Bryant has scheduled an official visit to Mississippi State. While Mississippi State has jumped into the opportunity to land Bryant, he’s also visited other SEC universities. Arkansas and Missouri have already welcomed Bryant on campus for a visit, Mississippi State will be next with the chance for Florida and Auburn to follow.

The former Tiger led Clemson to the College Football Playoff where it lost to Alabama in the semi-final. He started 18 games in a row for Dabo Swinney before losing the starting job to true freshman Trevor Lawrence. If Kelly Bryant were to choose Mississippi State, that would leave Keytaon Thompson in a tough situation since the expectation was for him to be the starter next season.

Kelly Bryant’s stats while at Clemson:

310-469, 66.1 completion percentage, 3,333 yards, 16 passing touchdowns with 10 interceptions. He also rushed 257 times for 987 yards and 16 touchdowns.

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