Known Committments For 2009 Football Class

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2009 Clemson Tiger Football Commitments

Here is a look at the commitments Clemson has for the 2009 football class. Keep checking here for updates:

J.K. Jay
Height:  6?6?
Weight:  275 lbs 
Position:  Offensive Lineman (Tackle)
High School:  Christ Church (Greenville, SC)

J.K. Jay is a multi-sport athlete at Christ Church in Greenville, SC.  
Jay plays football, basketball and baseball for the Cavaliers. As a 
junior, J.K. has already benched 400 lbs and run a 4.78-second forty-yard 
dash. Clemson had Jay listed as the #1 recruiting target for the 2009 
class at his position.

Roderick McDowell
Height:  5?10?
Weight:  175 lbs
Position:  Running Back
High School:  Sumter (Sumter, SC)

During his junior season with Sumter, McDowell carried the ball 158 times 
for a total of 1399 yards and 21 touchdowns. He also caught 17 passes for 
293 yards and five touchdowns, as well as averaging 23.8 yards on kickoff 
returns. McDowell runs a 4.4-second forty-yard dash.

Larry Raper
Height:  5?10?
Weight:  168 lbs
Position:  Athlete
High School:  Shelby (Shelby, NC)

Larry Raper has been timed with a sub 4.3-second forty-yard dash numerous 
times. The 5?10? athlete for Shelby, NC rushed for 722 yards and 10 touchdowns 
on 103 carries in 2007. Raper also caught 13 passes for 273 yards and six 
touchdowns. Raper also did some damage on kickoff returns with 316 yards and 
one touchdown on 13 returns.

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