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Former USC tackle Clayton Bradley transfers to UNLV

Bradley didn’t play a snap last year and saw just three starts since 2015

NCAA Football: Southern California at Arizona Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

In what was likely an expected transfer this offseason, former USC Trojans offensive tackle Clayton Bradley officially named his next stop. Bradley will transfer to UNLV for his final collegiate football season.

He was a member of the 2015 recruiting class and saw three starts over his career but played in just 17 games during his time at USC. He didn’t play a single snap last season and was granted a sixth year of eligibility.

Because of that sixth year, and the fact that he’s already graduated, he’ll be able to suit up immediately for UNLV this season. New UNLV head coach Marcus Arroyo knows a thing or two about offensive linemen, so this is likely a great fit for Bradley moving forward.

Seeing as he didn’t log a snap last year, he was unlikely to play at USC, so greener pastures are sometimes just that.

Good luck in the future, Clayton! Thanks for your time at USC!

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