Former Clemson DB down to three schools

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Former Clemson defensive back Adrian Baker decided to transfer from Clemson back in February and is almost ready to make a decision on his new destination.

"Baker says he is down to three schools: UCF, Houston and Oklahoma State," ESPN's Jake Trotter said. "Baker, who started three games for the Tigers in 2015 before suffering a torn ACL last year, has visited all three schools and plans to make a decision in May."

Baker missed the 2016 season while recovering from a knee injury suffered last spring, but he returned to practice late in the season and was expected to compete for a spot at cornerback this spring. He started three games in 2015, logging 253 snaps, and had 15 tackles and two interceptions in three games.

During his freshman campaign in 2014, he had one tackle in 46 snaps over four games.

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