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Clemson Graduate Transfer Names Oklahoma State His Leader



Former Clemson cornerback Adrian Baker is expected to graduate this semester from the school and is seeking a graduate transfer. After making an official recruiting visit to Oklahoma State on March 4, Ryan Bartow of 247sports reports the Cowboys made quite a favorable impression — to the point where OSU is now the leader in his recruitment.

Baker was originally planning to take official visits to Texas Tech and Wake Forest, but has cancelled those as he narrows his list with a decision looming. He visited UCF on March 20-21, and still plans to take an official visit to Arizona State the weekend of March 30, according to Bartow. He’s also hearing from Iowa State, Houston and West Virginia.

Because Baker will graduate in May, he will have one year of eligibility remaining at his next school as a part of the NCAA’s graduate transfer rule.

Baker tore his ACL last spring and sat out the 2016 season with the Tigers. He is back to full health, and could be an immediate impact player wherever he chooses to spend his final year of eligibility.

In 2015, he started three games playing 253 snaps, recording 15 tackles and two interceptions.


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