WR Martavis Bryant Profile
T.L. Hanna HS wide receiver Martavis Bryant hasn't met face to face with Clemson recruiting coordinator Jeff Scott since he was in Death Valley to see Clemson play Virginia.
But that will all change this week as Scott will make a trip to Bryant's home.
"I'm supposed to see him on Wednesday," Bryant told CUTigers recently.
Clemson will be the only school that's going to visit the No. 16 rated wide receiver prospect by Scout.com. He committed to the Tigers on Junior Day before his junior season to Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney, who was the wide receivers coach at the time.
As a sophomore at Calhoun Falls HS, Bryant caught 47 passes for 803 yards and three touchdowns. He had 44 for 776 yards and six touchdowns the following season at T.L. Hanna. He transferred to Hanna upon his move to Anderson after Calhoun Falls closed. During his senior season, Bryant made 63 receptions for 720 yards and 10 touchdowns.
He would have preferred to see a different result than a loss to Georgia Tech in the ACC Championship.
"I thought they played pretty good. They should have been in a better bowl than what they're in," Bryant said.
He's all qualified academically too. Now he's just a signature away from being a Tiger.
"I'm training right now, trying to get bigger and faster," Bryant said.
The four-star prospect is 6-5, 200 pounds.
Bryant remains firm in his commitment to the Tigers.
Is Martavis Bryant firm?
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