Clemson WR Martavis Bryant intends to enter 2014 NFL Draft

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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.

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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