According to Steve Jones of the Courier-Journal, Louisville safety Josh Harvey-Clemons will return to the University of Louisville for the 2016 season. The following is from Jones’ article in the CJ.
The Louisville football team will have one of its top defensive playmakers back for the 2016 season as safety Josh Harvey-Clemons has elected to return to school for his senior year instead of leaving early for the NFL draft, his grandfather said Tuesday.
Woodrow Clemons said his grandson informed U of L’s coaches of his decision on Monday, and he’ll begin classes for the new semester on Wednesday. Woodrow Clemons said Josh Harvey-Clemons, who was a third-team All-ACC pick in his first eligible year at U of L after transferring from Georgia, didn’t receive a first- or second-round grade in the evaluation he received from the NFL, and that the decision wasn’t too difficult after that.
Harvey-Clemons had his moments where it seemed like he was lost on the field, but for the most part, he was a big part of the defense and will be a great veteran to have back in the 2016 season.