John Glaser-USA TODAY Sports
Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant told Rivals this week that he plans to take an official visit to Arkansas on Oct. 20 when the Razorbacks play Tulsa.

"I'm going to take my first official visit to Arkansas," Bryant said Wednesday. "I'm excited to get down to Fayetteville and see what all Arkansas has to offer."
Bryant is already scheduled to visit North Carolina before his trip to Arkansas and will be enrolling at his next school in January. He is familiar with Razorbacks head coach Chad Morris who was the OC/QB coach at Clemson from 2011–2014.

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Best place he could go
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He’s a Hogs lock .
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Two.... Really?
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Or did you man to an SEC school... Just unclear because of Missouri on the list.... Nevermind as I typed this I realized I can't read! Sorry!
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or type either... Please go ahead and hammer me I deserve this!
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lol fat, drunk, and stwopid are no way to go thru life lol
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