Kelly Bryant has reportedly set a decision date. The former Clemson quarterback will be announcing his commitment on December 4. The Tigers’ former starting QB will be choosing between Arkansas, Auburn, Missouri Mississippi State, Miami and North Carolina.
ESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum believes he knows where Bryant will end up.
The SEC personality sees Bryant transferring to Arkansas.
“Kelly Bryant is an important piece. I think there’s a great chance he joins Chad Morris at Arkansas. That could open the floodgates for more recruits,” he said on Monday.
Bryant has a good relationship with Morris, who recruited him to Clemson.
“They’ve got all the pieces here,” Bryant said about Arkansas, per 247Sports. “I feel like if I was to come here I could maybe make a spark but I feel like all the pieces are around here. I’ve just got to sit down and make sure I dot all my I’s cross all my T’s. If I come here I need to make sure I’m making the most out of my opportunity. It means a lot that Morris was honest with me. I’ve said this that through this process I don’t want to be recruited, I want to be told the situation from the jump because I’ve been through that phase.
“I’ve only got one year left. Just talking to Coach Morris, he’s always been the same guy, even when he was at other places. It just means a lot, that trust factor. Knowing that you can trust a coach and the coaching staff means a lot.”