by TD Staff ReporterDecember 4, 2018
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Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant announced Tuesday night that he has committed to Missouri. He is expected to enroll in classes this January to be ready for spring ball, according to The Kansas City Star.
Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant committed to the Tigers on Tuesday night, choosing Missouri over Auburn, Arkansas, North Carolina and Mississippi State. He likely could have played anywhere with a quarterback vacancy.
The 6-foot-3 dual-threat quarterback visited Missouri on Oct. 27 for the Tigers’ game against Kentucky and will fill Drew Lock’s shoes under center in the spring. He plans to enroll at MU in January and will be on campus for spring football.
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