Former Clemson safety will transfer to Arkansas State

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Former Clemson safety Jefferie Gibson will transfer to Arkansas State according to his Twitter account. Gibson was previously at Arizona Western College (JUCO) in Yuma, Arizona before deciding on his final college destination at Arkansas State.

"I just wanna thank God for blessing me with the talent and the support system from my family and loved ones, Gibson tweeted. "Without him and my mom and sister I wouldn't be who I am today. I can't go without saying thank you to Coach Anderson and Coach Johnson for believing in me and giving me this wonderful opportunity to be apart their special family and giving me a place to call home. I'm beyond blessed and grateful to say that I am committed to Arkansas State University," Gibson said.

Gibson played in 12 games and had six total tackles in 2015.

Official Clemson Bio: Before Clemson: Rated as the No. 19 player in North Carolina by ... had 123 tackles and 10 interceptions (three for scores) in his career ... had three punt-return touchdowns and two kickoff-return touchdowns in his career ... had 45 tackles and three interceptions as a senior ... had 243 passing yards and 149 rushing yards as a senior ... had 69 tackles and four interceptions as a junior ... averaged double-digit points per game in basketball in his career ... coached by David Lovette at Gray’s Creek High School ... recruited by Dan Brooks.

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