Bryant Impressed with Morris' Offense

Bryant Impressed with Morris' Offense


Bryant Impressed with Morris' Offense


Future Clemson receiver Martavis Bryant visited Death Valley Saturday to watch the Orange White game.

“I really liked the new plays.  I liked the fast paced offense,” said Bryant.

The Clemson staff is counting down the days until Martavis will arrive.

“They said they can’t wait for me to get there,” said Bryant.

The former TL Hanna standout has been a frequent visitor to Clemson this fall and had a chance to get a headstart learning the new offense.

“I have learned a little bit.  I have learned the basic concepts.  I still have a lot of work to do,” said Bryant.

Martavis caught up with some of his future teammates before the game.

“I talked with DeAndre, Joe and BrYce.  They liked the offense.  They said they ran like 90 plays in the first half,” said Bryant.

What did Martavis think of Tajh?

“Tajh looked pretty good.  I am going to start catching with him again next week,” replied Bryant.

With just over a month until he becomes a Tiger, the All-American can’t wait to get started.

“I am very excited.  I have been waiting too long,” said Bryant.

In just over a month the long wait will be over and Martavis will be a Tiger.

“I am going to move in on the 23rd of May,” said Bryant.

The prize recruit has been working hard to make sure he is ready to compete the first day he steps on campus.

“I have been running and working out at my high school.  I weighed in at 203 yesterday at Clemson,” said Bryant.

Martavis likes what he has seen from Clemson’s new offensive coordinator.

“I really like coach Morris.  I got to meet his family yesterday,” said Bryant.



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