It looks like another former Clemson player has decided to continue his career at a Mississippi junior college. This time the player is cornerback Kaleb Chalmers and the new college destination is Northwest Mississippi Community College.
Chalmers, a rising sophomore, was dismissed in mid-March, just a week after he was arrested on multiple drug-related charges. It was reported by JUCO Football Ace that he will continue his career with the Rangers, the defending MACJC National Champions.
— JuCo Football Forer (@JuCoFootballACE) August 10, 2016
Kaleb Chalmers was a three-star member of Clemson’s 2015 recruiting class and he was competing for a starting job in the Tigers’ secondary before his dismissal earlier this year. Hopefully he will be able to start his career anew and find a new college home at the FBS level in the coming years.