Report: Kelly Bryant lines up Arkansas as 2nd visit
Joshua S. Kelly / USA TODAY Sports

Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant will visit Arkansas when the Razorbacks play against Tulsa on Oct. 20, according to Rivals.com's Woody Wommack.

The trip to Arkansas will come after visiting North Carolina this weekend, kicking off Bryant's transfer tour as more than 15 Power 5 programs have expressed interest in the quarterback.

As a graduate transfer, Bryant will be eligible to play in 2019.

The Calhoun Falls, S.C., native started 18 consecutive games for Clemson, including four this season before being benched in favor of five-star true freshman Trevor Lawrence. Bryant viewed his benching as "a slap in the face."

His fallout with head coach Dabo Swinney resulted in Bryant's decision to transfer on Sept. 26.

In his four starts this season, Bryant threw for 456 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. He added 144 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.

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Report: Kelly Bryant lines up Arkansas as 2nd visit
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