Florida’s deep stable of running backs has just gotten a little thinner.
Iverson Clement, a junior tailback from Mount Holly, NJ, has decided to transfer. He departs from Florida having carried the ball twelve times for 94 yards. He nearly scored a touchdown against Kentucky in the waning moments of the game on Saturday, but was stopped short as the clock struck zero.
Clement boasted promise, but the Gators’ loaded corps of ball carriers made it nearly impossible for him to see the field. With Dameon Pierce entrenched as the starter, Malik Davis solidly penciled in as the second in line for carries and former five star recruits Lorenzo Lingard and Demarckus Bowman waiting in the wings, there simply wasn’t room for him in Gainesville.
Of course, all the best wishes to Clement as he seeks a new home.