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Name: Munir McClain (Transfer from Southern California/Coming off Oct 2020 Suspension)
College: Southern California     Number: 2
Height: 6-3   Weight: 210
Position: WR  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: So/2023

40 Low: 4.56
   40 Time: 4.65
  40 High: 4.74
Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 6032
Weight: 210

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...Transfer from USC...Coming off Oct 2020 Suspension

 Munir McClain, Southern California, Player News


  Munir McClain, the suspended receiver at the center of a federal probe over pandemic unemployment benefits, and his brother, linebacker Abdul-Malik McClain, are leaving USC and will enter the NCAA transfer portal. The decision comes after a tumultuous few months that fractured the family's relationship with USC. In mid-September, Munir McClain was suspended from the football team with minimal explanation. Michael Blanton, USC's vice president of ethics and professionalism, later told his mother, Shan McClain, that Munir's name came up in conjunction with a complaint alleging unemployment fraud and identity theft at USC. A month later, federal investigators approached players on campus and asked about the sophomore. Munir McClain, who applied for and received pandemic unemployment assistance over the summer, maintains that he's done nothing wrong and that USC has yet to provide a full explanation for his suspension. - Los Angeles Times

(DS#999 WR) So/2023 WR Munir McClainSouthern California
News Source: Los Angeles Times
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  USC wide receiver Munir McClain was on his way to an early morning workout Sept. 18 when he was told that coach Clay Helton needed to speak with him in his office. Two days earlier, Michael Blanton, USC's vice president of professionalism and ethics, had called McClain to question what he knew about unemployment benefits from California's Employment Development Department. Their conversation took place over two phone calls, and McClain went to physical therapy in between. In his office that Friday morning, Helton informed the sophomore wide receiver that he was being suspended. McClain still would be able to attend class, receive stipends and meals, rehabilitate his surgically repaired anterior cruciate ligament, and receive coronavirus testing from the university. But he would remain away from the football team until further notice.

A month later, two federal agents were at McClain's dormitory door and subpoenas were being issued for other USC football players in conjunction with a federal fraud probe. But as questions swirled around the nature of that investigation and McClain's role in the eyes of investigators, the specific cause for his suspension from USC's football team remains unclear. In a news conference in front of Galen Center on Sunday, his mother, Shan McClain, and Najee Ali, a local civil rights activist, said that no specific explanation had been given. - Los Angeles Times


(DS#999 WR) So/2023 WR Munir McClainSouthern California
News Source: Los Angeles Times
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