Custis was suspended for insubordination in December. As a result, he missed Temple's 37-15 New Mexico Bowl victory over Wyoming.
In August, the Neumann-Goretti High graduate said that suspension had been the turning point of his career.
"I did everything in my power, man, to stay with the Owls with academics and developing a good relationship with the coaches," Custis said during training camp. "I understand that I was a distraction last year."
He had five tackles, a sack, and a pass breakup this season.
Custis made six starts while appearing in 35 games during his career. He leaves the program with 41 career tackles and three sacks.
His best season came in 2010, when he started four games and made 20 stops.
This season, Custis was injured in Temple's 36-27 setback against Maryland on Sept. 8. He did not travel to State College for the Owls' 24-13 loss to Penn State on Sept. 22.
Daniels a no-go? South Florida has been resting quarterback B.J. Daniels for Saturday's Big East game against Temple at Lincoln Financial Field. The fifth-year senior didn't take any snaps in Wednesday's practice because of an injured ankle.
"He's cleared to go, but we keep trying to pull him back a little bit," Bulls coach Skip Holtz told the Tampa Bay Times. "I want him to be as close to 100 percent as we can, so I'm trying to get him what he needs during the course of the day and then get him out of there. . . . I'm going under the assumption that he plays."
In his career, the Tallahassee, Fla., native has amassed 9,548 yards of total offense - 7,643 passing and 1,905 rushing - and has accounted for a combined 70 touchdowns passing (47) and rushing (23).
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