The announcement was made by Jets General Manager Mike Tannenbaum.
Stuckey (6-0, 196, Clemson), the 235th overall selection in the 2007 NFL draft, finished his four-year college career with 141 receptions for 1,760 yards and seven touchdowns. He rushed 48 times for 261 yards with two touchdowns, returned 31 punts for 229 yards with one touchdown and contributed two kickoff returns for 39 yards.
He became the first player at Clemson since 1940 to score a touchdown via pass, rush, punt return and reception.
Former Clemson wide receiver Chansi Stuckey is currently ranked as the No. 24 overall receiver in…