Bryant wants to leave a legacy at Clemson

Bryant wants to leave a legacy at Clemson

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Bryant wants to leave a legacy at Clemson

Defensive end Austin Bryant is back at Clemson for one more run at a championship and he hopes to leave a legacy when he leaves.

The rising senior hopes to improve physically this season and help the young players be ready to take over next season.

The media caught up with Bryant following the Tigers’ first spring practice on Wednesday.

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