Following Clemson's decision to start freshman quarterback Trevor Lawrence, Kelly Bryant announced that he'll transfer from the Tigers.
It's not often that an experienced quarterback of Bryant's caliber is available, which means several schools could battle for his services. While programs such as Ole Miss and Penn State might have interest in him, there could be one shocking suitor residing in the ACC.
Bryant may have lost Clemson's starting job, but he could find himself preparing for the 2019 season very soon.
ESPN mentioned several possible destinations for Bryant in a new story. An ACC rival, Florida State, has been mentioned as one.
The full details about his potential suitors are behind ESPN's paywall.
Considering the recent struggles that Deondre Francois and the Seminoles are having, adding Bryant would be a tremendous move. After all, he's already defeated the majority of opponents in the ACC.
It hasn't been easy for Willie Taggart in his first season for Florida State. However, landing a premier transfer in Bryant could certainly reignite his program.
Regardless of where he lands, it's clear that Bryant will have plenty of options for next season.