Josh Harvey-Clemons was one of the best defensive players on the Georgia Bulldogs roster, but numerous suspensions and reported failed drug tests ultimately led to the safety being dismissed from the program.
With Harvey-Clemons now looking for a new home, his grandfather appears to indicate that he has already decided where he will resume his collegiate career.
According to 247Sports.com, Harvey-Clemons’ grandfather told the site that the safety is “planning on attending Louisville” after receiving an offer from the Cardinals. If true, the move would reunite Harvey-Clemons with a familiar face.
Earlier this year, it was announced that the Louisville Cardinals had hired Todd Grantham to serve as the team’s defensive coordinator, which is the same job that he held during his time with Georgia.
Harvey-Clemons and Grantham spent two years together.