Georgia Dismisses Safety Josh Harvey-Clemons

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Harvey-Clemons was expected to be a starter in 2014.

Georgia Dismisses Safety Josh Harvey-Clemons

Georgia safety Josh Harvey-Clemons was dismissed from the team on Tuesday due to a violation of team rules.

Harvey-Clemons was already slated to miss the first three games of 2014 due to a suspension, but coach Mark Richt decided to dismiss the safety permanently this week.

Harvey-Clemons was regarded as a five-star prospect by Scout.com in the 2012 signing class. He played in 14 games as a freshman, recording 14 tackles and one pass breakup.

As a sophomore, Harvey-Clemons was expected to emerge as one of the key players on Georgia’s defense. He missed two games but recorded 66 tackles and one interception.

Harvey-Clemons has two years of eligibility remaining and could transfer to another FBS school.

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