#86 WR Stanley Clerveaux - Redshirt Senior, 6’3”, 225 pounds.
2017: Clerveaux appeared in nine games for USF in 2017, pulling in two receptions for 12 yards. He received some good news during the spring, earning a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA which makes him eligible for the 2018 and 2019 seasons.
Just Got Word from @NCAA I officially got an extra year of eligibility I’m a Junior again on the field— IDK (@Lineup_Guy) March 1, 2018
2016: Clerveaux finally got on the field for three games in 2016, against Northern Illinois, Cincinnati, and Navy. He made one catch for eight yards against the Bearcats. He also made a tackle against Navy after a blocked field goal.
2015: Clerveaux missed all of 2015 after tearing up his knee during preseason practice.
2014: Took a redshirt year where he recovered from a shoulder injury. Remember all this in 2019, when we're writing about Clerveaux getting a sixth year of eligibility.
How he came To USF: Clerveaux played at North Miami High School, where he caught a total of 58 passes for 696 yards and 10 touchdowns, including a 98-yarder against North Miami Beach his senior year. Stanley committed to USF in July 2013.
Recruiting Rankings: Stanley was a three-star recruit according to 247, Scout, and ESPN, and a two-star recruit from Rivals.