Clemson forward Bernard Sullivan is leaving the Tigers program. He plans to transfer to another program. Coach Brad Brownell confirmed the news in a statement Monday.
“We appreciate Bernard’s contributions to the program,” Brownell said. “We wish him nothing but the best in the future, and hope he finds a program that will better meet his needs.”
Sullivan averaged less than 10 minutes per game during his first two seasons. He was considered one of the top players in Brownell’s first class at Clemson. He averaged just less than two points per game last season, and averaged less than a point per game over his 56 game career.
Sullivan is the second player to leave the Tigers program this season. Sophomore guard T.J. Sapp left the team in December.