Josh Belk decided on Clemson, but is his heart really with the Gamecocks? That question may soon be answered.
Belk has decided to transfer out of Clemson just months after stepping on campus, according to a report from Tiger Illustrated’s Larry Williams. Belk, who was a 4-star early enrollee in the Class of 2018 for the Tigers, reportedly has interest in South Carolina as a possible transfer destination after going through spring practice with Dabo Swinney’s program. He has not played a game in a Clemson uniform.
It remains to be seen if a cross-state transfer would be in the cards for Belk without first going elsewhere, but it’s something for Gamecocks fans to chew on in regards to the highly-touted prospect who showed great interest in the program before ultimately deciding against going to Columbia out of high school.
Belk played his high school ball at Lewisville High in Richburg, S.C. and was rated as the No. 2 player in the state, No. 7 defensive tackle in the country and No. 102 overall player in the Class of 2018 according to the 247Sports composite.