In-state sophomore camps at Clemson

Abbeville High School sophomore athlete Kelly Bryant stopped by Clemson last month for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

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While in town, the 6-foot-4, 200-pound prospect worked out at both quarterback and wide receiver.

"I liked it, competing and going against people from all over, getting coaching tips from the coaches," he told CUTigers recently.

The Clemson coaches encouraged Bryant to work out at both positions.

"I just wanted to see where I was at, at both positions," he said.

At quarterback, "I felt I did pretty well. There are some things I have to work on. I need to work on getting arm stronger, getting my footwork and accuracy down."

At wide receiver, "Being my first time working at it, I felt I did pretty well. There are some things I need to work on."

Bryant will head to Georgia next Friday for the Dawg Night camp. It will be his first visit to the campus in Athens.

"I really don't know much, being that I haven't talked to any coaches or anything. I'm just going down there trying, to hopefully, get better and get some coaching," he said.

As a freshman, he threw for 323 yards and rushed for 670 yards and nine touchdowns.

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