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Rising junior offensive lineman Jake Fruhmorgen has already informed the coaches at Clemson that he will be leaving the program and it looks like he might be zeroing in one school for his transfer. The 6’5″, 290-pound lineman had a few troubles this year. First, he had suffered a shoulder injury that kept him out after the Florida State game and then left the team to deal with “personal issues” according to coach Dabo Swinney.

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Tiger Net believed that Michigan and Florida were in the running for his transfer — his hometown is Tampa, which makes sense for the Gators — but it looks like he could be heading west as well as south. Fruhmorgen is taking an official visit to LSU over the next couple days. He would have to sit out the 2017 season per NCAA transfer rules, but would be a huge addition along the offensive line for whoever signs him.

[h/t Tiger Net]

Former Clemson lineman taking visit to Power 5 school before his transfer Jamie Squire/Getty Images
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