On Tuesday night, Clemson grad transfer Kelly Bryant announced he was heading to Mizzou, giving the Tigers a talented replacement for Drew Lock, who is off to the NFL after the bowl game.

Apparently, former Arkansas WR Jonathan Nance was waiting to see where Bryant was going, as he also announced he was committing to the Tigers on Tuesday night.

As you can see below, Nance announced his decision via Twitter, posting a pic of him and Bryant together during an official visit:

The Tigers have some talented receivers returning in 2019, but Nance will still be a welcome addition, especially since star WR Emanuel Hall will graduate and head to the NFL this offseason.

Nance had 37 catches for 539 yards and five touchdowns as a sophomore at Arkansas in 2017. He played in one game for the Razorbacks this year before deciding to transfer.