Former Gray QB Hunter Helms enters the college transfer portal, leaving Clemson

Former Gray Collegiate Academy QB Hunter Helms is leaving Clemson and entering the college transfer portal. He made the announcement Tuesday. Helms is a redshirt junior. He has two more years of playing eligibility left.

His announcement reads as follows:

“I couldn’t have had a better four years,” Helms said to start his social media statement. “I have learned so many life lessons and have gained life long friends while doing it. The many things I learned will be with me for the rest of my life. I am very thankful for the coaches, trainers, and staff that helped me be my best everyday on and off the field.

“I want to thank all my teammates and roommates. Y’all are the ones who have made these past four years so special. It truly is a brotherhood and Clemson is a better place because y’all are there.”
“After careful consieration I would like to say I have decided to enter the transfer portal.”

Helms, the back-up, played in four games in the 2023 season. He completed 9-of-12 passes for 83 yards. At Clemson Helms had 218 yards passing and two touchdowns. He played in nine games at Clemson.

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