Clemson Officially Losing Quarterback To Transfer
Clemson is officially losing a quarterback to transfer next season.
Former Tigers passer Chase Brice has set up a visit with Duke this coming weekend. This marks the first reported visit for Brice after he entered the NCAA Transfer Portal in January.
Because Brice is graduating in May, he will be eligible to play right away wherever he chooses to transfer to. He will have two years of remaining eligibility at that point.
Coming out of high school, Brice was a three-star recruit out of Loganville Grayson. He redshirted in 2017 and then served as the Tigers’ No. 2 quarterback for the next two years.
Some news: Former Clemson QB Chase Brice tells The State he has a visit scheduled for this weekend https://t.co/2IBOoOqTjD
— Matt Connolly (@MattatTheState) January 29, 2020
Over the course of his time at Clemson Brice recorded 1,023 passing yards, nine touchdowns and four interceptions.
Brice is best known for his play in a September 2018 outing versus Syracuse, where he stepped in for an ailing Trevor Lawrence and recently departed Kelly Bryant.
Thanks to Brice’s heroics, Clemson beat Syracuse 27-23 and ended up winning the National Championship this year. If not for that win in that one game, they may not have qualified to play for the title.
A final decision on Brice’s future is expected at some point in the next few weeks.
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