I think it’s safe to say that the college football world has a offseason/free agency market now. With the “transfer portal” being wildly known and big players such as Jalen Hurts, Justin Fields, and Tate Martell joining, the NCAA has become more interesting to me. Like I’ve said before, I’m spending this week covering the transfer portal world and cover the big players transferring. I will also do my Way-To-Early team rankings as well as a mock draft for this years upcoming NFL draft. I will also post about my offseason advice to all the NFL teams after I get the college world stuff out of the way. With all of that out of the way, I will now go over Kelly Bryant’s decision to transfer and predict his future. Let’s begin!
Kelly Bryant. You devious man. You started this. You started the transfer portal term and now, it could change the NCAA forever. Alright, let’s not go that far, but still. Kelly Bryant, for those of you who don’t know, was the starting QB for the Clemson Tigers who was ultimately benched for Trevor Lawrence and we all know how that turned out. Bryant then decided to transfer and he decided to land in Missouri. This is an interesting, yet smart move by Bryant. You have Drew Lock who is entering the NFL draft and Bryant will have no competition there. The offense should remain, and Bryant has a spot to shine. Drew Lock was great at Missouri. Lock threw for, what seemed like, 300 yards a game and multiple TD’s. But, he was inaccurate and made poor decisions. Was Lock the beneficiary of a solid system? Or was he that good? If the system was the reason for Locks success, then Bryant should be a decent QB. He never wowed me though at Clemson. Being mediocre at best. But, after doubting Trevor Lawrence, I won’t doubt anyone from now on. Bryant will not, however, lead Missouri to a Natty or a playoff run, or a top 15 appearance. What do y’all think? Comment below! You’re up next Jalen and Tate.
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