The Louisville Cardinals ended the 2015 season in a strong way as they won eight of their last ten games and beat Texas A&M in the Music City Bowl after starting off 0-3. They hope to have a much better season in 2016 and they will be getting back one of their biggest defensive playmakers.
According to The Courier-Journal, safety Josh Harvey-Clemons will be returning to Louisville for his senior season. The report was confirmed by his grandfather, Woodrow Clemons, who talked about the degree being the key factor in Harvey-Clemons’s return.
“8-10 years from now, he could go into the league and be out of the league and be out in the public sector,” Clemons said. “That degree from the University of Louisville will carry him a long way the rest of his life.”
The Cardinals hope to return four guys on the defensive side of the ball that could be key pieces to success in 2016 and Harvey-Clemons is one of them.
In his first year eligible after transferring from Georgia, Harvey-Clemons was named to the All-ACC third team after recording 88 tackles, three interceptions, and a forced fumble.
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