A Clemson defensive lineman will pursue a grad transfer.
Clemson redshirt junior defensive lineman Jabril Robinson, who contributed as a reserve the last three seasons, announced Monday night that he will transfer from the program.
Robinson will pursue a graduate transfer elsewhere. He'll be eligible immediately at his next destination.
After redshirting in 2014, Robinson recorded 14 tackles and a sack in six games in 2015. He followed that up with five tackles in six games during Clemson's national championship season in 2016.
Robinson saw his most extensive action in 2017, making 19 tackles and adding two quarterback pressures in 11 games.
"Clemson has developed me not only as a great football player but as an educated young man," read part of Robinson's statement.
"I will forever be a Tiger and again want to thank everyone."
You can read Robinson's full announcement below.
Robinson joins quarterbacks Zerrick Cooper and Tucker Israel in transferring from Clemson this off-season.
Best of luck to him at his next stop.