Bryant Eager to Learn Offense

Bryant Eager to Learn Offense


Bryant Eager to Learn Offense


Future Clemson receiver Martavis Bryant is working hard to be ready to make an impact as soon as he steps on campus.

“I have been working out at Calhoun Falls.  My brother and I go out there and get after it,” said Bryant.

How did Martavis feel about the strong finish the Tigers had to the 2011 class?

“I was real excited about the class.  Coach had called me and told me about the guys we picked up.  It feels great to be part of such a great class that is coming in this summer,” replied Bryant.

The former TL Hanna standout plans to spend a lot of time on campus this spring.

“I am going to go over this spring a lot.  I am going to start learning the plays as best I can,” said Bryant.

Coach Morris has told Martavis to come by as much as possible.

“Coach Morris wants me to come over when I can,” said Bryant.

The prize recruit will be enrolling at Clemson in May which will allow him to get an early start on adjusting to life as a college athlete.

“I am going to start in May,” said Bryant.

Martavis will give the Tigers a tall, physical receiver with outstanding speed.  He has been working hard in the weight room.

“I am up to 205 now,” said Bryant.



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