RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - Ju-Ju Clayton will always have that one big pass. But one touchdown pass in his freshman year will be all that he will complete in his career as a Hokie.
The Hermitage product will not be back for his senior season. Clayton attempted five passes in his career, but only completed one pass - an 80 yard touchdown to Marcus Davis in his freshman season. In the last two seasons, Clayton served as a backup quarterback. He failed to beat out starting quarterback Logan Thomas at the beginning of this year.
The former Panther has his degree, but does not plan on pursuing his football career somewhere else.
Clayton is not the only Hokie who chose to leave the program, according to Frank Beamer's website. Defensive tackle Isaiah Hamlette, defensive lineman Dwight Tucker and offensive guard Courtney Prince all have one year of eligibility left, but will not return to the team next season.
Hamlette was the only player of the group that received much playing time this season, finishing with seven tackles in 13 games.