|Reader on two top 25 teams in 2012-13|
|Wednesday, June 26, 2013 3:15 PM-||
Clemson defensive tackle D.J. ReaderD.J. Reader
So. Defensive Tackle
#48 6-3, 335
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Reader became the first Clemson athletes to play on a top 25 football team and baseball team in the same academic year since Kyle ParkerKyle Parker
#11 6-1, 200
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Below is a list of Clemson athletes who have played on a top 25 football team and baseball team in the same academic year.
FB Rankings Baseball Ranking Year Athlete Coach-AP BA-CB-USA 1958-59 Lou Cordileone 12-13 7-NP-NP 1986-87 Bill Spiers 17-18 10-10-NP Ray Williams 17-18 10-10-NP 1991-92 Jeff Sauve 18-17 7-10 1993-94 Dexter McCleon 23-22 4-9-9 Andre Humphrey 23-22 4-9-9 2009-10 Kyle Parker 24-NR 4-4-10 2012-13 D.J. Reader 9-11 NR-NR-25
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