Former Clemson Tigers quarterback Kelly Bryant is not close to making a decision on his next team, a month after announcing his decision to transfer.
Bryant intends to visit North Carolina and Arkansas following his recent visit with Missouri.
“I’m nowhere near ready to make a decision. I still have visits in place,” Bryant said, according to Matt Connolly of The State. “So I’m not ready to make a decision, but they checked the boxes for me. It’s still an open decision right now.”
For now, Bryant can see himself as a Missouri Tiger, and enjoyed his visit.
“It was definitely a great experience, great time, just really getting up there and just hearing from the coaches’ perspective and seeing for myself firsthand what all they’re about. I really could see myself there,” Bryant said. “To me, I felt like at the end of the day I look back, they checked all my boxes.”
“I’m enjoying it, but at the same time, I’m just making sure I’m keeping my eyes and ears open while I’m going out to these different schools, different places, because it’s a business decision,” Bryant continued.
“I want to make sure I get this right. I’m just making sure that I surround myself around good people and just get in the perfect situation where I’m able to showcase my ability and compete at a high level as well.”