Earlier this week, five-star defensive tackle Josh Belk announced his intention to transfer from Clemson. The decision seems odd on the surface, considering Belk was an early enrollee as a part of the 2018 class and had only been with the Tigers since January. However, Belk’s decision seems to be family related. It’s likely that reason that caused Clemson and Dabo Swinney to allow Belk to transfer to any school he pleases, which isn’t always the case.
In an article from thestate.com, Belk admitted that he had heard from Tennessee and South Carolina.
As expected, schools already are hitting up Belk letting him know of their interest. He said South Carolina and Tennessee contacted him. He talked on the phone with USC compliance and with Gamecock defensive line coach Lance Thompson.

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