LITTLE ROCK, Ark (THV11) - Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant made it official on Tuesday, he will attend the University of Missouri for his final year of eligibility.

The redshirt senior QB announced he would transfer from Clemson after losing the starting job to freshman Trevor Lawrence.

Kelly, a dual-threat QB, accounted for over 2,800 passing yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior in 2017 leading Clemson to the college football playoffs.

Kelly is expected to make an immediate impact when he arrives on campus.