A finalist for Mr. Football in the state of South Carolina…Greenville County Player of the Year…named to the South Carolina Shrine Bowl team…South Carolina Football Coaches Player of the Year…all-state, all-region 1-3A…had terrific senior year when he led Wren High School to the Regional 1-3A Championship…team won 11 games…completed 231-368 passes for 3,579 yards and 41 touchdowns….also had 128 rushes for 720 yards and 14 scores…even caught a touchdown pass for 74 yards… ranked as No. 8 dual threat quarterback in nation by Rivals and No. 11 by ESPN…No. 4 player in state of South Carolina by Rivals.com entering his senior year..…No. 3 player in South Carolina by 247 Sports…recruited by Chad Morris, now the head coach at SMU… as a junior at Wren High School threw for 2,800 yards and 28 touchdowns against just nine interceptions…rushed for 1,200 yards and 19 scores as well as a junior, giving him 47 total touchdowns in 2013…cousin of former Tiger and current Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant… committed to Clemson on April 17, 2014…signed financial aid agreement with Clemson on August 1, 2014…enrolled at Clemson on January 7, 2015.
Mickey Plyler on Bryant: Bryant's body doesn't look like Dantzler but he is this type of athlete. He reminds more of Vince Young. He moves around in the pocket and buys extra time. When he escapes the pocket he glides downfield with long strides. Bryant is a play maker. He is special. He is not the polished passer that Deshaun Watson is but he is a better runner.
Reminds Plyler of: Woody Dantzler
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Top tier prospect and potential for the 2015 recruiting class.
All Eyes on the Quarterbacks - 3 years ago Clemson’s 2015 spring football practice will get underway about 4 p.m. Monday at the practice fields and indoor practice facility, and the media will be allowed to watch the first three periods or so of practice. Where will they congregate? The same place they were last spring – right in front of the quarterbacks. Full Story »
Coach on Kelly Bryant: "He is a 10-star kid" - 3 years ago Wren head coach Jeff Tate has seen quarterback Kelly Bryant up close and personal the last few seasons, and he says that Clemson is not just getting a great football player, but also getting a young man who will succeed in life. Full Story »