2 SEC fan bases are pleading for recent Clemson QB transfer Kelly Bryant on Twitter
On Wednesday, senior QB Kelly Bryant announced that he would be transferring from Clemson after being benched for freshman Trevor Lawrence.
Bryant recorded 2,802 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2017, and led the Tigers to the College Football Playoff, where they were defeated by Alabama, 24-6. Overall, he has gone 16-2 as a starter.
With Bryant now on the market, Twitter users have started to recruit him, and several SEC fans are vying for the services of the senior QB.
One of the teams that has its fans excited about Bryant is Auburn.
When you think about it, Bryant could switch Tigers and be a nice fit in their offense. Check out what Auburn fans are saying on Twitter:
It’s actually not crazy at all. We have seen this offense with a true dual threat guy and a pro style guy. This offense with Kelly Bryant at quarterback, especially with his experience, can reach its potential.
— spaintiger (@spaintiger) September 26, 2018
Well take care of you at Auburn Kelly Bryant pic.twitter.com/eQr0UPNsy6
— Big Money (@bootlegmalick) September 26, 2018
— Steven Weems (@stevendweems) September 26, 2018
Can definitely see Kelly Bryant at Auburn next year
— AW. (@KingAustinW) September 26, 2018
Another fan base that is after Bryant is Arkansas, who definitely needs some help at the QB position.
Chad Morris was also the quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator at Clemson from 2011-2014, so that Tigers connection is there.
Check out what Arkansas fans are saying on Twitter:
Kelly Bryant will be the starting QB at Arkansas next year
— TreyJ (@TreyJRybicki) September 26, 2018
Jalen Hurts to Auburn (play for Malzahn, revenge against Bama)
Kelly Bryant to Arkansas (Former OC Chad Morris, will improve draft stock in SEC West)
— Punt & Pass Podcast (@PuntandPass) September 26, 2018
Can we please get Kelly Bryant at Arkansas?!
— Shelby Robbins (@shelbymustrobbs) September 26, 2018
Kelly Bryant should transfer to Arkansas. Would immediately jump start that program.
— Danny Smith (@DannySmith_77) September 25, 2018