Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant has settled on a transfer destination.

Bryant made headlines after announcing his decision to transfer earlier in the season. After being benched for freshman quarterback Trevor Lawrence, Bryant sat out the rest of the season in order to maintain a year of eligibility. Thanks to the new redshirt rule, he will not lose a year after appearing in four games in 2018.

Where is Bryant going? He shared a video to Twitter with his announcement:


Bryant will head to Missouri after being a highly sought after player following his decision earlier in the season. He led Clemson to a 12-1 record as a starter in 2017 before a loss to Alabama in the semifinals of the CFB Playoff.

The Tigers did go 4-0 in the games Bryant played this season. However, the offense seemed to get a spark after Lawrence was named the starter.