Darius Slade is on the move again.
It looks like the former Buckeye defensive end will play his final season at USF as Slade has enrolled at South Florida, Nathan Bond of The Daily Stampede first reported.
SLIGHTLY bigger news: unless theres someone with the exact same name,— Nathan Bond (@BullsNathanSBN) June 24, 2019
Arizona State and Ohio State transfer defensive end Darius Slade is enrolled at #USF.
Big boost for the defensive line.
USF is the latest stop in Slade's injury-plagued career as he played at Arizona State last season after two seasons at Ohio State.
Slade redshirted his freshman season with the Buckeyes in 2014 and played sparingly in 2015, but missed the entire 2016 season with a ruptured achilles and transferred to Arizona State before the 2017 season.
After sitting out the 2017 season in accordance with NCAA transfer guidelines, Slade played and started six games for the Sun Devils, registering eight tackles and 2.5 sacks, before an injury kept him out for the rest of the season.
#2 6'5 257 Darius Slade looks like Jadeveon Clowney out here tossing humans pic.twitter.com/m9xtFBUqzJ— Kyle (@marblekyle) September 2, 2018
Slade was granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA, due to his injuries, and will spend that final season with the Bulls.