Kelly Bryant to take final official visit at Auburn
Kelly Bryant has made his plans for his final official visit as a graduate transfer.
The former Clemson quarterback will take his last official visit to Auburn, according to Auburn Undercover.
Athletes are allowed to take five official visits. Bryant has already gone to Arkansas, Missouri, North Carolina and Mississippi State. He’s previously taken an unofficial visit to Auburn, and now he’ll be returning for an official. Bryant did the same thing with North Carolina, taking both an official and unofficial visit.
Bryant left Clemson this season after losing the starting quarterback job to freshman Trevor Lawrence. As the team’s starter last season, he threw for 2,802 yards, 13 touchdowns and 8 interceptions, while rushing for 11 scores.
Bryant will have one season of eligibility left as a graduate transfer.