Louisville safety Josh Harvey-Clemons has prototypical size for his position.
The 6-5, 220-pound Georgia transfer has worked out privately for the New York Giants, Buffalo Bills and New York Jets, among others.
Harvey-Clemons was dismissed from the Georgia program due to failed marijuana tests after enrolling there as the top-ranked outside linebacker recruit in the nation.
He started as a sophomore for the Bulldogs and had 66 tackles and an interception.
Harvey-Clemons capitalized on his fresh start at Louisville playing for Todd Grantham, and had 88 tackles, two for losses, three interceptions and six pass breakups in his first season there. Last season, he was second-team all-conference and had 61 tackles, four for losses and two sacks.
He’s drawn comparisons to Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor due to his size, athleticism and hitting ability.