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Clemson WR Martavis Bryant intends to enter 2014 NFL Draft

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Clemson's Martavis Bryant made 42 catches for 828 yards and seven TDs this season.

Sammy Watkins isn't the only junior Clemson wide receiver entering the 2014 NFL Draft, as Martavis Bryant told The Post and Courier he will forgo his senior season.

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Bryant (6-foot-5, 200 pounds) was the bigger-bodied complement to the speedy Watkins this past season, catching seven touchdowns, including two red-zone scores in the Tigers' Orange Bowl win over Ohio State.

Bryant also showed surprising big-play ability, averaging nearly 20 yards per play on his 42 receptions, but NFL teams will have to weigh his limited experience (only one season as a starter) against his athletic ability.

Clemson defensive back Bashaud Breeland (6-0, 185), who had a team-high four interceptions this season, is also departing, per an ESPN report.

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