Elite QB enjoys Clemson experience

Before last month's trip to Clemson, this rising star had worked on the field one other time with offensive coordinator Chad Morris.

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Kelly Bryant, one of the top underclassmen signal callers in South Carolina, was a one-day camper for the second session of the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

And by all accounts, the trip went great.

"It was a real good visit. I got to workout with coach [Chad] Morris. We got to know each other better, got to kind of be like a Clemson Tiger for a day. It felt really good," Bryant recently told CUTigers.

The rising junior from Abbeville received a positive message from Morris about his improvements as quarterback.

"The thing he told me, I got better over the whole year. I came in my freshman year," Bryant said. "He told me to continue to get better and to keep doing what I'm doing."

There were a couple of memorable things from the trip.

"I guess, getting to be in the indoor, it was a real good experience. I liked it. And just being around everybody, being around coach [Mike] Reed, my recruiter and all of the other Clemson coaches," Bryant said.

Thus far, Bryant has also camped at Georgia Tech, Duke and N.C. State. He'll visit Virginia Tech, Auburn and Ohio State later this summer for camp.

Clemson, South Carolina, Georgia Tech and Appalachian State have already offered. N.C. State handed out their offer to Bryant when he was up for camp.

"I'm still enjoying it. I still don't have a favorite yet," Bryant said.

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

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