Ray Thornton has a new home.
The former Clemson defensive back is heading to USF to join former Clemson assistant Jeff Scott’s Bulls. Thornton joins running back Michel Dukes as former Tigers to recently announce their intentions to transfer to USF. In all, the Bulls have gotten commitments from ten transfers in this class.
Thornton left Clemson after having played less than a 100 snaps during his redshirt sophomore season. He had 10 tackles this season and 17 over his career that saw him play 161 total snaps, including making one start. He will have three years of eligibility remaining.
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