Former Louisiana State quarterback Ryan Perrilloux made it official Wednesday, announcing that he would be transferring to I-AA Jacksonville State, where he will be eligible to play this fall.
Perrilloux also said he had been in contact with former Clemson running back Ramon "Ray Ray McElrathbey, pictured above, and former Texas El Paso and Florida State receiver Fred Rouse about joining him at the Alabama school. Jacksonville State coach Jack Crowe said he had received releases that would enable him to talk with both players and that he would do his "due diligence" to investigate both.
McElrathbey, who gained national fame for taking custody of his 11-year-old brother Fahmarr in 2006, did not have his scholarship renewed by Clemson's Tommy Bowden. McElrathbey has two years of eligibility remaining.