ESPN: Bryant changes focus, attitude

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Pos: WR   Height: 6-5   Weight: 200   Hometown: Calhoun Falls, SC (Hargrave Military Academy HS)  
Years Played: 2011 - 2013

According to an interview with ESPN's Andrea Adelson, Clemson's WR Martavis Bryant has concentrated on being a better football player with renewed focus, discipline, and increased work ethic at practice.

He had to adjust his attitude and his focus. Or he would no longer have football.

"I was disappointed in myself, and I was disappointed in the fact that I let my team down [Swinney suspended him for the Chick-fi-la Bowl], I let my coaches down," Bryant said. "I had a long time to think about it, about what I wanted to do and I changed everything around."

He had one more bit of inspiration: two young daughters.

"I can't have them looking back when they get older and saying that I didn't accomplish anything when I had my chance," he said.

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