|Former Clemson WR gets coaching job|
|Assoc. Editor - Tuesday, July 8, 2014 9:44 AM-||
Former Clemson wide receiver has agreed to be the new wide receiver coach at Greenville High School according to multiple reports.
He finished his Clemson career with 28 passes for 412 yards and 4 touchdowns.
Here is his official Clemson bio:
Overview: Caught a touchdown pass from a quarterback (Kyle ParkerKyle Parker
Quarterback (2008 - 2010)
#11 6-1, 200
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Wide Receiver (2006 - 2009)
#6 5-9, 175
Royal Palm Beach, FL
View Full Profile) and a running back (C.J. SpillerC.J. Spiller
Pro Running Back
#28 5-11, 195
Lake Butler, FL
View Full Profile) in 2009...first Clemson receiver to catch a touchdown pass from three different players in the same year, never mind it being players who play three different positions...named to the All-State AFCA Good Works team in 2009, one of just 11 FBS players honored...just the third Clemson player named to the team since it was started in 1992...he joined Robert Carswell (1999) and Nick EasonNick Eason
# 6-3, 305
View Full Profile (2000)...singled out for his outstanding work in community service...tied for first on the team in the vertical jump with a 39-inch figure...third on the team in the broad jump with a leap of 10'1"...has 24 catches in his career in 38 games, he is the team's active leader in receptions entering this year...has missed just two games, both in 2009...thought about transferring early in the season and missed some practices, but decided to return and was a big part of the Clemson offense thereafter...enrolled at Clemson in January of 2007.
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