Super Soph Visiting Clemson Next Week

One of the biggest questions in the upstate the past few months has been where one of the top receivers in the nation for the class of 2010 will play next season.

WR Martavis Bryant Profile

Calhoun Falls wide receiver and Clemson verbal commitment Martavis Bryant found himself in a strange situation earlier this year after learning his high school was going close due to shrinking enrollment.

As one of the top receivers in the country for the class of 2010, he didn't know where he would he would be during his junior and senior years.

Now, however, that very important question has been answered.

"I am going to play for T.L. Hanna (Anderson) next year," Bryant told in a recent interview. "I feel good about it. I am excited to play for that school. I am also going to get to play for my coach again so I'm excited about that.

"They will have a good team this year. They have a pretty good quarterback."

Bryant, who has been running track this spring, also revealed some good news regarding his latest time in the 40-yard dash.

"I have been running laps to work on my speed. I can run around a 4.36 now," said Bryant.

Like many of the Clemson's top prospects for the classes of 2009 and 2010, Bryant will be in Tigertown next week for camp.

"Yeah I told the coaches I am going to see them at camp next week," he said. "I will be there for the second session. I haven't really talked to any other recruits yet but I should get a chance to next week at camp."

What else does the super sophomore plan to do over the summer?

"I just want to keep getting bigger and faster. I weigh about 185 right now," said Bryant.

When asked if his verbal commitment to the Tigers remains firm, Bryant responded, "Yes sir. I am going to Clemson."

As a sophomore Bryant caught 47 passes for 803 yards and three touchdowns.

He also returned eight kicks for 208 yards and eight punts for 107 yards and had 18 tackles as a cornerback.

Bryant, who attended three games at Clemson last fall and should be a mainstay there later this year, is being recruited by Tigers' assistant coach Dabo Swinney. Top Stories