Report: Josh Harvey-Clemons transferring to Louisville

Apr 9, 11:38 PM

Former five-star safety Josh Harvey-Clemons, who was dismissed from Georgia in February for violating team rules, is working on a transfer to Louisville, according to multiple reports.

Harvey-Clemons will reportedly be in town for Friday's spring game, and is expected to enroll in school in May. Due to NCAA regulations, Harvey-Clemons would have to sit out the 2014 season before he would be eligible to play under head coach Bobby Petrino and defensive coordinator Todd Grantham, who held the same position at Georgia.

"He's planning on attending Louisville," Harvey-Clemons' grandfather, Woodrow Clemons, told InsideTheVille.com (subscription link), per the Louisville Courier-Journal. "Louisville made him an offer and he's planning on attending. He'll redshirt this year and have two years of eligibility."

Harvey-Clemons had 66 tackles, one interception, and three fumble recoveries last season as a sophomore.

Feb 18, 4:55 PM

Georgia S Josh Harvey-Clemons dismissed from team

Feb 18, 4:55 PM

Safety Josh Harvey-Clemons was scheduled to miss the first three games of Georgia's season as he continued to serve the suspension that kept him out of the Gator Bowl, but it turns out he has already played his last game as a Bulldog.

Harvey-Clemons was dismissed from the team on Tuesday for a violation of team rules, head coach Mark Richt announced.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported the initial suspension stemmed from a second violation of the university's drug-use policy. Harvey-Clemons had been suspended for the 2013 season opener for violating that same policy.

Harvey-Clemons had been slated to begin his junior year with the program, but leaves early, having appeared in 25 games, and making 11 starts.

Jan 16, 5:24 PM

Report: Georgia S Harvey-Clemons to miss first three games due to suspension

Jan 16, 5:24 PM

Georgia safety Josh Harvey-Clemons will miss the team's first three regular-season games next season due to the continuation of the suspension that held him out of the Gator Bowl on Jan. 1, according to the Atlanta Constitution-Journal.

Harvey-Clemons was held out of the bowl game because of a "violation of team rules." However, there is speculation that the suspension was due to marijuana use and poor academic performance.

Dec 23, 6:23 PM

Georgia suspends S Harvey-Clemons, CB Dawson for Gator Bowl

Dec 23, 6:23 PM

Georgia has suspended safety Josh Harvey-Clemons and cornerback Sheldon Dawson for the Gator Bowl citing violations of team regulations, the team announced Monday.

Details were not provided as to why the players were suspended.

Harvey-Clemons ranks third on the team with 66 tackles and will be a huge loss. 

Dawson is used in more of a depth role and has only started one game this season.

Georgia squares off with Nebraska in the Gator Bowl on Jan. 1.