Unfortunately, the Georgia Bulldogs career for safety Josh Harvey-Clemons did not work out as planned for neither side. One of the more highly touted recruits coming out of high school on the defensive side of the ball, Harvey-Clemons just couldn’t seem to stay out of his own way off the field, and it ultimately resulted in head coach Mark Richt showing him the door recently.
Now, Harvey-Clemons is searching for a new home, and that search, according to Scout.com, has taken him to the ACC and the Louisville Cardinals, whom he will be visiting with soon.
Former Georgia S Josh Harvey-Clemons expected to visit Louisville this week; not part of the program at this time. http://t.co/6GgmpUM52h
— Jody Demling (@jdemling) April 10, 2014
Now, should this move take place, due to NCAA regulations, Harvey-Clemons would have to sit out the 2014 season before he would be eligible to take the field for Bobby Petrino and the Cards.
Harvey-Clemons was dismissed from the Georgia team this past February after a violation of team rules, which were in addition to the marijuana violations that he had already been punished for.