The decision is finally in for former Clemson star quarterback Kelly Bryant.
After losing his job to freshman phenom Trevor Lawrence, Bryant had been mulling over where he'd spend his final year of college eligibility.
With many SEC schools fighting to land his services, Bryant just let the world know he'll be taking his talents to Missouri in 2019.
The star signal caller will be immediately eligible to play because he'll arrive to the Tigers as a grad transfer.
On Tuesday, many speculated the 6-4, 220-pounder would end up committing to Auburn. Head coach Gus Malzahn even had an in-home visit with Bryant, hoping to secure his services. Instead, he ended up committing to a different Tigers program.
Bryant powered Dabo Swinney's Clemson Tigers to the College Football Playoff in 2017, throwing for 2,802 yards and 13 touchdowns last season. He added 665 yards and 11 touchdowns on the ground.
Despite a strong campaign, he was outperformed by Lawrence early on this fall, and announced his intentions to transfer after playing in four games. Due to the new NCAA rules, a player can participate in four games and not lose a year of eligibility if he doesn't see a fifth game.
That's obviously good news for Missouri, which now has its starter of the future.