2006 Recruiting Bios


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Kevin Alexander

LB * 6-3 * 215 * Fr. * HS

Lake Butler, FL

Union County High School


Rated as the #22 outside linebacker in the nation by
Rivals.com...ranked as the #41 outside linebacker in the country by
Scout.com...the #53 linebacker in the nation by Scout.com...all-state
selection as a senior by Saint Petersburg Times...rated as the #52
prospect in the state of Florida by SuperPrep...as a senior, had 115
total tackles, including 84 first hits and 31 assists...had four
recovered fumbles, five caused fumbles, and nine quarterback sacks as
a senior...for his career, had 282 solo tackles and 107 assists for
389 total tackles...added 19 sacks, 14 caused fumbles, six recovered
fumbles, and three interceptions...an all-state selection as a junior
after registering 100 tackles and four sacks...played for Buddy
Nobles...high school teammate of First-Team USA Today All-American
C.J. Spiller...his brother Bennie started at cornerback at
Florida...chose Clemson over Auburn, Louisville, Maryland, North
Carolina, N.C. State, and Tennessee.


Crezdon Butler

DB * 6-0 * 180 * Fr. * HS

Asheville, NC

Asheville High School


Rated as the #14 cornerback in the nation by Rivals.com...rated as
the #4 prospect overall in North Carolina by Rivals.com...member of
the Rivals.com 250...#19 cornerback prospect in the country by
CollegeFootballNews.com...a member of the East Hot 100 by
Scout.com...ranked as #24 cornerback in the nation by Scout.com; they
rate him a four-star player...rated as the #17 defensive back
prospect in the nation by SuperPrep...first-team all-state selection
by Associated Press...three-time all-conference pick...member of the
North Carolina Shrine Bowl team...had 62 tackles, seven
interceptions, eight pass breakups, and two caused fumbles as a
senior...also played quarterback, and rushed for over 1,435 yards and
16 touchdowns...threw for 750 yards and five touchdowns...helped lead
his Asheville High School team to the AAA state championship in
2005...named MVP of the state championship game with five tackles, a
caused fumble, and interception, and a 70-yard game-winning touchdown
pass...all-time leading rusher at Asheville High with 5,030 career
yards, breaking the 63-year old record of Charlie "Choo-Choo"
Justice; Justice's record was 4,005, so he exceeded it by over 1,000
yards...had 60 carer rushing touchdowns and 12 career
interceptions...also ran track for Asheville High...played for Danny
Wilkins...high school team had 52-6 career record...named to Who's
Who Among American High School Students...recipient of National
Student Leadership Conference Award...plans to major in architecture
at Clemson...chose Clemson over Maryland, North Carolina, N.C. State,
South Carolina, and Virginia Tech.


Jeremy Campbell

LB * 6-2 * 215 * Fr. * HS

Port Orange, FL

Spruce Creek High School


Rated as the #53 outside linebacker in the country by
Rivals.com...All-Southeast region by PrepStar...first-team
all-conference, all-district, and all-area...team captain as a
senior...had 90 tackles, including 14 tackles for loss and seven
sacks, as a senior at Spruce Creek High School...had over 500 yards
of total offense and five touchdowns...team defensive MVP as a
senior...for his career, he had 224 tackles, including 16 sacks and
31 tackles for loss...had seven career interceptions, including three
returned for a touchdown...had 11 caused fumbles and six recovered
fumbles in his career...had 42 receptions for 667 yards and six
touchdowns in his career...named to the All Five-Star Conference
First-Team defense...played in the Central Florida High School
All-Star game...team defensive player-of-the-year as a sophomore...a
starter on the Spruce Creek High basketball team as a
forward...honorable mention all-state in basketball as a
junior...first-team all-conference and all-district in
2005...selected to Big Four All-Tournament team...all-district and
all-conference on the hardwood as a sophomore...team MVP as a
sophomore...two-year letterman in track...played for Jared
Zito...National Honor Society student...named to the honor roll every
semester at Spruce Creek...Rotary Club of Port Orange Scholastic
Athlete-of-the-Year in 2005...chose Clemson over Georgia Tech,
Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisville, and Purdue.


JoJo Cox

RB * 5-9 * 213 * Fr. * HS

Jeffersonville, GA

Twiggs County High School


First-team all-state selection by Atlanta Journal-Constitution...one
of the top-five running backs in Georgia by Atlanta
Journal-Constitution...rated as the #43 running back in the nation by
Scout.com...ran for 1,662 yards and had 475 receiving yards as a
senior...ran for 1,852 yards and 22 touchdowns as a junior at Twiggs
County High School...ran for nearly 1,600 yards and 14 touchdowns as
a sophomore...captain of the football team as a senior...high school
teammate of current Tiger linebacker Antonio Clay...rated the #39
prospect overall in the state of Georgia by Rivals.com...the #50
player in Georgia by SuperPrep...ranked as the #49 running back in
the nation by Rivals.com...a four-year starter at Twiggs County High
School...captain of the team as a senior...first-team all-region his
last three years...coached by Dexter Copeland, who also coached Clay,
and former Tiger linebacker and current Seattle Seahawk Leroy Hill at
Baldwin County High School...two-year letterman in basketball and
three-time letterman in track...had a career-best 10.9 in the 100m as
a junior...chose Clemson over Maryland, Penn State, Purdue, UCLA, and
West Virginia.


Jamie Cumbie

DL * 6-7 * 255 * Fr. * HS

Morris, IL

Morris High School


First-Team Parade All-American, the first incoming Clemson defensive
lineman named to the Parade All-America team since 1989...a national
top-100 player by many services...Second-Team USA Today All-American
and by EA Sports...ranked as the 50th-best player in the nation by
Tom Lemming...listed as the 60th-best player in the nation by
CollegeFootballNews.com...ESPN.com top-150 player; he was rated as
the 87th-best player in the nation....rated as the #7 strong-side
defensive end in the nation by Rivals.com...the #3 rated prospect
overall in the state by Rivals.com...the sixth-rated defensive end
prospect in the nation by CollegeFootballNews.com...rated as the #10
defensive end prospect in the nation by Scout.com...#1 defensive end
in the midwest region by Scout.com...a member of PrepStar's Dream
Team Top 100...a member of the Midwest Hot 100 by Scout.com...rated
as the #24 prospect in the Midwest by SuperPrep...the #16 defensive
line prospect in the nation by PrepStar...the #39 defensive line
prospect in the nation by SuperPrep...top-100 recruit by High School
Sport Magazine...recorded 125 tackles, including 25 sacks, as a
senior for Morris High School...all-state selection by Chicago
Sun-Times and Chicago Tribune...Chicagoland Defensive
Player-of-the-Year...member of the Illinois Tremendous 26...Joliet
Herald and Morris Daily Herald All-Area...had 610 receiving yards as
a tight end with five touchdowns...helped his team to a 14-0 record
and the AAAAAA state title...had 70 tackles and six sacks as a
junior; also had 300 yards receiving as a tight end...AAAAAA
All-State as a senior...2005 Suburban Prairie Conference Defensive
MVP...team captain...all-area and all-conference selection as a
junior...also played baseball for Morris High...coached by George
Dergo...chose Clemson over Illinois, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Ohio
State, and Purdue.


Jacoby Ford

WR * 5-9 * 175 * Fr. * HS

West Palm Beach, FL

Cardinal Newman High School


Played the 2005 season at Fork Union Military Academy in
Virginia...returned seven kicks for touchdowns at Fork Union (four
punt and three kickoff), and also had 57 receptions for 1,254 yards
and nine touchdowns...rushed 12 times for 306 yards (25.5 average)
and three touchdowns...rated as the #36 wide receiver/kick returner
in the nation by Scout.com...the #17 rated prep school player in the
nation by Rivals.com...tabbed as the "fastest player on the east
coast" by Rivals.com...had the best 40-yard dash time at the Fork
Union College Coaches Combine with a time of 4.126...Fork Union Head
Coach John Schuman called Ford "the fastest player ever at Fork
Union"...Fork Union has produced 87 NFL draft picks and two Heisman
Trophy winners over the years...as a senior at Cardinal Newman High
School in Florida, he caught 22 passes for 550 yards (25.0 average)
and 10 touchdowns...attended the same high school as former Tiger
punter Ryan Romano (1996-99)...named the MVP of the Palm Beach County
All-Star game...a second-team all-state selection...2005 Florida
state high school champion in the 100m dash with a time of 10.32, and
the 200m dash with a time of 21.25...two-time football letterman in
football...earned one letter in track...enrolled at Clemson in
January and will be eligible to participate in spring practice...his
brother Davy played football at Florida State and once scored on an
82-yard run against Clemson in 2000...played for Don Dicus at
Cardinal Newman High...played for John Schuman at Fork Union...chose
Clemson over Florida, Michigan State, Virginia, Virginia Tech, and
West Virginia.


Darius Gaither

DB * 6-0 * 195 * Fr. * HS

Winnsboro, SC

Fairfield Central High School


Rated as the #14 safety in the nation by Rivals.com...#6 prospect
overall in the state of South Carolina by Rivals.com...#9 player in
the state of South Carolina by SuperPrep...the #21 safety prospect in
the nation by CollegeFootballNews.com...the #35 safety prospect in
the nation by Scout.com...rated as the #9 prospect in the state of
South Carolina by The State...the #35 defensive back in the nation by
SuperPrep...member of the South Carolina Shrine Bowl
Team...first-team all-state selection as a senior by The
State...missed much of his senior season due to a high ankle sprain,
but still rushed for 500 yards and eight touchdowns...as a junior, he
had 87 tackles, 16 pass breakups, and seven interceptions...returned
four punts for touchdowns as a junior...as a junior, he established
the state record for the longest interception return for a touchdowns
(108 yards against Irmo High)...won Specialist-of-the-Year Award in
South Carolina by The State...played for Reggie Kennedy at Fairfield
Central High School...also runs track at Fairfield Central
High...chose Clemson over Auburn, Maryland, North Carolina, N.C.
State, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Wake Forest.


Chris Hairston

OL * 6-5 * 270 * Fr. * HS

Winston-Salem, NC

Carver High School


A member of the North Carolina Shrine Bowl Team...first-team
all-state selection by Associated Press...all-region as a junior and
senior...Piedmont Triad All-Conference as a junior and
senior...27th-ranked player in North Carolina by
Rivals.com...53th-best offensive tackle in nation by
Rivals.com...played his entire senior season as a 16-year
old...three-year letterman on the gridiron...first Clemson signee
from Winston-Salem, NC since Perry Tuttle in 1978...Carver High
School Offensive Lineman-of-the-Year in 2005...played for Keith Wilks
at Carver High...has a 3.6 career GPA at Carver High...born April 26,
1989...chose Clemson over Hampton and S.C. State.


Richard Jackson

PK/P * 5-11 * 185 * Fr. * HS

Greer, SC

Riverside High School


Parade All-American, the first Parade All-America kicker to come to
Clemson since Chris Gardocki in 1988...rated as the #3 placekicker in
the nation by Rivals.com...first-team All-America selection by EA
Sports...rated as the #11 prospect overall in South Carolina by
Rivals.com...the #10 kicker in the nation by Scout.com...ranked as
the #7 player in the state by The State...the #16 player in the state
by SuperPrep...member of the South Carolina Shrine Bowl Team...South
Carolina High School Coaches Association Special Teams
Player-of-the-Year...first-team all-state by The State...averaged 46
yards per punt as a senior...was 8-for-11 on field goals as a junior
with a long of 50 yards, and averaged 44 yards per punt...set the
state record with a 64-yard field goal as a senior, only four yards
shy of the national high school record; his kick was featured as one
of the plays-of-the-week on ESPN...also connected on a 47-yard field
goal in that game...played for Don Frost at Riverside High
School...high school teammate of fellow Tiger signee Michael
Wade...chose Clemson over Georgia, Louisiana State, Maryland, and
Texas A&M.


Kendrick Johnson

WR * 6-2 * 170 * Fr. * HS

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Dillard High School


Rated as the #75 wide receiver in the nation by Rivals.com...the #83
prospect overall in the state of Florida by Rivals.com...had 30
catches for 450 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior...team
captain...a member of the National Honor Society...offensive MVP of
the South team in the Florida North-South All-Star game...All-Broward
County selection...all-state selection...all-conference and
all-region as a senior...led Broward County in touchdown receptions
as a senior...played for Mark James...chose Clemson over Colorado,
Georgia, Michigan State, and Oklahoma State.


Byron Maxwell

DB * 6-1 * 185 * Fr. * HS

North Charleston, SC

Fort Dorchester High School


The #40 ranked player in the nation according to ESPN.com, the
highest-rated Clemson signee according to that internet site...rated
as the #3 player in the state of South Carolina by The State...the #4
player in the state of South Carolina by SuperPrep...#18 cornerback
prospect in the nation by Rivals.com...rated as the #2 cornerback
prospect in the nation by Scout.com...did not play his senior season
due to injury...had 60 tackles, 19 pass breakups, and five
interceptions as a junior, and also returned a punt for a
touchdown...#5 prospect in South Carolina by Rivals.com...the
11th-rated cornerback prospect in the nation by
CollegeFootballNews.com...a member of the East Hot 100 by
Scout.com...rated as the #19 defensive back prospect in the nation by
SuperPrep...named to the Super Southern 100 by the Atlanta
Journal-Constitution...played for Steve LaPrad at Fort Dorchester
High School...chose Clemson over Georgia, Maryland, Nebraska, Notre
Dame, South Carolina, and Virginia Tech.


DeAndre McDaniel

DB * 6-1 * 190 * Fr. * HS

Tallahassee, FL

Amos P. Godby High School


A national top-100 recruit by CollegeFootballNews.com; he is ranked
as the 72nd-best player in the nation...a member of PrepStar's Dream
Team Top 100...the 90th-rated prospect overall in the nation by
Rivals.com...also an ESPN.com top 150 player; he is ranked
106th...rated as the #6 safety in the nation by Rivals.com...the
10th-ranked prospect overall in the state of Florida by
Rivals.com...rated as the #8 safety prospect in the nation by
CollegeFootballNews.com...a member of the Rivals.com 250...the #16
safety in the nation by Scout.com; they list him as a four-star
player...the #13 defensive back prospect in the nation by
PrepStar...a member of the Southern Hot 100 by Scout.com...showed his
versatility as a senior when he caught a touchdown pass, blocked a
field goal, and intercepted a pass all in the same game against Leon
County High School...recorded 58 tackles and had 39 catches for 696
yards as a senior...as a junior, he had 53 tackles and eight
interceptions, returning three for touchdowns...also caught 27 passes
for 656 yards and six touchdowns as a wide receiver during his junior
season...two-way starter on the gridiron; he had eight interceptions
as a junior and three as a senior...also a starter on the basketball
team, averaging over 20 points per game...played for Shelton Crews at
Amos P. Godby High School...chose Clemson over Alabama, Auburn,
Florida, Florida State, and Louisville.


Jamal Medlin

OL * 6-6 * 305 * Fr. * HS

Orangeburg, SC

Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School


The #14 player in the state by The State...rated as the #19 prospect
overall in the state by Rivals.com...ranked as the #25 offensive
tackle in the nation by Scout.com...played for Orangeburg-Wilkinson
High, the same high school that produced former Tigers Jackie
Robinson (1999-02), and quarterbacks Mike O'Cain (1973-76) and
Woodrow Dantzler (1998-01)...played for Tony Felder...chose Clemson
over Central Florida, Maryland, N.C. State, South Carolina, and
Virginia.


Jeff Ogren

WR * 6-3 * 185 * Fr. * HS

Tuscaloosa, AL

American Christian Academy


First-team all-state as a junior and senior; he only played two years
of high school football...had 71 receptions as a senior and 62 as a
junior...already on the Clemson campus; he enrolled in January and
will go through spring practice...rated as the #30 prospect overall
in the state of Alabama by Rivals.com...the #76 wide receiver in the
nation by Scout.com...had over 1,500 yards receiving as a senior with
17 touchdowns...as a junior, he had 1,325 receiving yards and 18
touchdowns...played both ways both years; he had 10 interceptions
over his junior and senior season...set the state record with a
102-yard interception return for a score...also served as the punter
for American Christian Academy, averaging 40.0 yards on 23
kicks...played for Steve Hooks...also a solid golfer; his career best
score is a 66...chose Clemson over Alabama-Birmingham, Central
Florida, Georgia Tech, and Tulane.


Michael Palmer

TE * 6-4 * 228 * Fr. * HS

Lilburn, GA

Parkview High School


First-team all-state in AAAAA by Atlanta
Journal-Constitution...caught 21 passes for 385 yards and five
touchdowns as a senior...high school teammate of current Tiger
offensive lineman Brandon Pilgrim...played for Cecil Flowe at
Parkview High School...two-year starter at Parkview High...top tight
end in Gwinnett County in 2005 and also named all-country...preseason
all-state academic team selection...also a starter on the basketball
team for Parkview HIgh; he was named all-county as a
junior...all-tourney at the North Gwinett Holiday
Classic...three-year starter in basketball...chose Clemson over
Georgia Tech, Virginia, and Virginia Tech.


Chris Russell

DB * 6-2 * 210 * Jr. * JC

Nashville, TN

Coffeyville (KS) Community College


Signed with Colorado out of high school and spent two seasons in
Boulder...played on special teams in all 12 games, including the Big
12 Championship game that year...missed the Houston Bowl with a knee
injury...red-shirted the 2003 season as a defensive back...earned
Scout Team Award in preparation for the Iowa State game in
2003...spent the 2005 season at Coffeyville Community College in
Coffeyville, KS...enrolled at Clemson in January and will go through
Spring practice...majored in journalism at Colorado...lettered all
four years at Hillsboro High School in Tennessee...as a senior, he
earned PrepStar All-America honors, while Prep Football Report named
him to its all-Southeast team...SuperPrep selected him to its
All-Dixie team, as he was tabbed the #5 player in Tennessee (and the
#1 defensive back), with Rivals.com ranking him the #15 defensive
back in the country...first-team all-state...as a junior, he was once
again named to the all-state...as a senior, he was in on 44 tackles,
and had four interceptions, 20 pass deflections, and three caused
fumbles...on offense, he saw some limited, but very valuable time at
receiver, as he caught five passes for 154 yards and three
touchdowns...his junior year, he had 40 total tackles (two for loss),
as he finished with three interceptions and 25 pass breakups...during
his sophomore campaign, he totaled 35 tackles (20 solo), adding one
recovered fumble, 18 pass deflections, and a career-best five
interceptions...started as a freshman and finished the year with 31
tackles, four interceptions, and 15 pass breakups...top career game
came during his senior year: in a 19-13 win over Smyrna, he had a
67-yard touchdown reception and was in on seven tackles, and had an
incredible eight passes deflections, with the most important coming
on Smyrna's last-second desperation pass, which was intercepted by a
teammate...Hillsboro High complied an impressive 50-6 record during
his career under coach Ron Aydelott, as it won its region all four
years...Hillsboro High was 14-1 his senior year, 14-1 his junior
season, 13-1 his sophomore year, and 9-3 his freshman season...played
in the Tennessee-Kentucky All-Star game in June of his senior
year...lettered four times in basketball, as he earned all-region,
first-team honors at forward as a junior and senior, the latter when
he averaged 22 points, 10 rebounds, and five blocks per
game...lettered once in track, participating in the 100m (10.9) and
several relays...a Distinguished Scholar (honor roll) member at
Hillsboro High...born Aug. 14, 1984 in Nashville, TN...member of 100
Scholar program, which helps with Habitat for Humanity and several
area food drives...his cousin David Mimms played receiver and
cornerback at Middle Tennessee from 1993-95.


Ricky Sapp

DL * 6-5 * 225 * Fr. * HS

Bamberg, SC

Bamberg-Ehrhardt High School


First-Team USA Today All-American...first Clemson signee to be named
first or second-team All-American by USA Today as a defensive lineman
since Chester McGlockton in 1988; McGlockton went on to a four-time
Pro Bowl career in the NFL...national top-100 player by
CollegeFootballNews.com, who ranked him as the 17th-best player in
the nation...a top-100 player by Tom Lemming, who ranks him as the
18th-best player in the nation...rated as the #21 prospect in the
nation by Rivals.com...member of the ESPN top 150; he is ranked as
the #61 player in the nation by ESPN.com...a U.S. Army All-American;
he played in the U.S. Army Bowl in San Antonio, TX...second-team
All-American by EA Sports...#1 prospect in the state of South
Carolina by SuperPrep and The State...ranked among the top-10
defensive linemen in the nation by virtually every service...the #2
defensive end in the nation by CollegeFootballNews.com...the #3
defensive end in the nation by Rivals.com...rated as the #5 defensive
end in the nation by Scout.com; that internet site also listed him as
a five-star player...#6 defensive lineman in the nation by SuperPrep
and #9 defensive lineman by PrepStar...the #2 prospect in the state
by Rivals.com...#1 defensive end in the east region by Scout.com...a
member of the East Hot 100 by Scout.com...named to the Super Southern
100 by Atlanta Journal-Constitution...one of the top-25 players in
the nation by Atlanta Journal-Constitution...first-team All-South by
Countdown to Signing Day...a member of the South Carolina Shrine Bowl
team...recorded 82 tackles, including 25 tackles for loss, and 11
sacks as a senior...an all-region and all-state pick as a
junior...had 70 tackles, including 27 tackles for loss, and 11 sacks
as a junior...as a sophomore, he was named to the all-region
team...standout in track and basketball...three-year state regional
champion in the 100m (10.76 career best), the 200m (21.0 career
best), and the 4x100m relay...two-year starter in basketball; he was
all-region twice...played for Coach Ron Duncan at Bamberg-Ehrhardt
High School...chose Clemson over Florida State, Georgia, N.C. State,
Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Virginia Tech.


C.J. Spiller

RB * 5-11 * 190 * Fr. * HS

Lake Butler, FL

Union County High School


First-Team USA Today All-American, the first running back to come to
Clemson with First-Team USA Today All-America credentials since 1989
(Rudy Harris)...First-Team Parade All-American; also first Parade
All-America running back to come to Clemson since Harris in
1989...ranked among the top-50 players in the nation by six different
services; highest ranking came from Rivals.com, which ranks him as
the eighth-best player in the nation regardless of position,
including the #1 all-purpose running back...also listed as the top
all-around player in the state of Florida...Tom Lemming rated him as
the 12th-best player in the nation...ranked 16th-best player in the
country by Scout.com and the fourth-best running back...listed as
23rd-best player and fourth-best running back in the nation by
SuperPrep...also 43rd-best player and sixth-best back according to
CollegeFootballNews.com...ranked as 47th-best player in the nation by
ESPN.com...EA Sports Second-Team All-American...U.S. Army
All-American; he played in the U.S. Army All-Star game in San
Antonio, TX in January...also slated to play in California-Florida
High School All-Star Game...ranked among the top-100 players in the
nation by most services...had an incredible career at Union Country
High; he had 176 carries for 1,840 yards as a senior, an average of
10.5 yards per carry...scored 30 rushing touchdowns and had one on a
kickoff return...added 15 catches for 249 yards...for his career, had
541 carries for 5,511 yards, an average of 10.2 yards per
rush...scored 93 total touchdowns, including 85 rushing, three
receiving, three on kickoff returns, and two on punt
returns...three-time all-state selection...first-team All-South
according to Countdown to Signing Day...played his high school
football for the Fighting Tigers of Union County High
School...selected Clemson over Florida, Florida State, Miami (FL),
and Southern California.


Michael Wade

QB * 6-2 * 187 * Fr. * HS

Greer, SC

Riverside High School


Son of parents who were both Clemson athletes his father Mike was a
letterman on Clemson's National Championship football team of 1981
and mother Elizabeth was on the volleyball team...rated as the #15
duel-threat quarterback in the nation by Rivals.com...the #14
prospect in the state by Rivals.com...rated as the #13 player in the
state by The State...the #20 player in the state by
SuperPrep...ranked as the #38 quarterback overall in the nation by
Scout.com...team captain...completed 113 of 222 passes as a senior
for 1,376 yards and 13 touchdowns...rushed for 354 yards and five
touchdowns...South Carolina Sports Report All-Region and All-State as
a senior...as a junior, he passed for 1,338 yards and nine
touchdowns...also ran for 623 yards and six touchdowns...team MVP as
a junior...all-region and all-county as a junior...a member of the
National Honor Society...member of Riverside High's 2004 state
championship baseball team...high school teammate of fellow Tiger
signee Richard Jackson...chose Clemson over Duke and Maryland.

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