Micheal Clemons is a defensive end who plays American football for the New York Jets, who are a member of the National Football League. He attended Cisco College and played collegiate football there before transferring to Texas A&M.
Clemons attended Cisco College to launch his academic career in higher education.
He participated in six games during his one season with the Wranglers, compiling 30 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss, and 2.5 sacks. Clemons decided to move to Texas A&M after the season.
In his debut year at Texas A&M, Clemons participated in 13 games while recording 19 tackles, three tackles for loss, and one sack.
Prior to the start of his junior season, he sustained a foot injury during preseason training camp and used a medical redshirt.
Clemons, a redshirt junior, made 28 tackles while playing in 11 games with 9 starts. Prior to suffering a season-ending injury in the fifth game of his redshirt senior season, he finished the season with 14 tackles, 4.5 tackles for a loss, and four sacks.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, college athletes who competed in the 2020 season were given an additional year of eligibility.
Clemons made the decision to take advantage of this opportunity and join Texas A&M for the fifth season. In his final season, he recorded 32 tackles, 11 tackles for a loss, and 7 sacks.
When was Michael Clemons drafted?
The New York Jets drafted Michael Clemons to join their team in the fourth round of the NFL Draft in the year 2022.