Clemson football player Korrin Wiggins has narrowed his potential landing spots to four. The graduate transfer is looking to for a change of scenery to end is playing career.
As a graduate transfer, Wiggins will be able to play right away. He graduated from Clemson in May and retains one more year of eligibility.
The safety appeared in several games in 2015 before suffering an ACL tear the following summer. He hasn’t been able to climb to the top of the depth chart since then. Last season, he played in seven games but only started in one for the Tigers.
Wiggins will be looking for a school that can offer him playing time right away. He’ll bring 67 career tackles, four tackles for a loss, and four interceptions with him wherever he goes. Not to mention National Championship experience.
The only restriction currently on his transfer is that he can’t transfer to another school in South Carolina, or another school that is on Clemson’s schedule in 2017.