Defensive Lineman Belk Transfers From Clemson


Clemson Athletics

Clemson, S.C.β€”Freshman defensive lineman Josh Belk will transfer from the Clemson football program. Head Coach Dabo Swinney made the announcement Wednesday.  The native of Fort Lawn, S.C.  entered Clemson in January 2018 as an early enrollee and participated in Spring practice and the Spring game.

β€œJosh is a good young man from a great family,” said Swinney.   β€œSometimes circumstances change, as is the case with Josh. We are disappointed he is leaving, but I enjoyed being around him the past few months. He did everything that was asked of him and had an excellent semester academically. I wish him all the best in the years to come.”

Belk was ranked as the No.  21 overall player in the nation by and No. 96 by coming  out of Lewisville high school. As a senior he had 34 tackles for loss, including 11 sacks among his 116 tackles.  He played in the US Army All-American game.

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