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National Signing Day 2012


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Check back all day on Wednesday to see the latest on Clemson's 2012 recruiting class.

Last Updated: 12:18 PM

2012 Football Signees

# Name POS HT, WT Espn Rnk Rivals Rnk Scout Rnk ESPN Stars Hometown Status
1. Isaiah Battle OL 6-7 265 NR NR NR Brooklyn, NY Enrolled
2. Travis Blanks DB 6-1 195 #2 S #4 S #13 S Tallahassee, FL Enrolled
3. Zac Brooks ATH 6-2 180 #40 WR #15 ATH #43 WR Jonesboro, AR Enrolled
4. Patrick DeStefano OL 6-4 275 #13 OT NR #19 OG Roebuck, SC Enrolled
5. Kevin Dodd DT 6-5 280 NR NR NR Greer, SC Enrolled
6. Jay Guillermo C 6-3 285 #1 C #13 C #6 C Maryville, TN Enrolled
7. Oliver Jones OL 6-7 320 #60 OT NR #61 OT Ninety-Six, SC Enrolled
8. Bradley Pinion K 6-6 220 #3 K #4 K #6 K Concord, NC Enrolled
9. Chad Kelly QB 6-3 205 #4 QB #4 QB #20 QB Buffalo, NY 7:04 AM
10. Germone Hopper WR 6-0 175 #13 WR #11 WR #20 WR Charlotte, NC 7:36 AM
11. Jay Jay McCullough TE 6-5 235 #45 ATH NR #26 TE Fort Mill, SC 8:04 AM
12. Josh Brown DT 6-5 290 #156 OT NR #72 DT Aiken, SC 8:13 AM
13. Ronnie Geohaghan S 6-0 185 #21 S #10 S #23 S Farifax, SC 8:26 AM
14. Martin Aiken DE 6-3 250 #42 DE #25 SDE #24 DE Bamberg, SC 8:27 AM
15. Shaquille Lawson DE 6-4 240 #18 DE #19 DE #116 DE Central, SC 8:37 AM
16. T.J. Burrell LB 6-1 205 #57 OLB NR #58 OLB Goose Creek, SC 8:57 AM
17. Carlos Watkins DT 6-4 285 #12 DT #8 DT #8 DT Forest City, NC 9:34 AM
18. Cordrea Tankersley DB 6-2 195 #41 ATH #39 S #37 WR Aiken, SC 10:20 AM
19. Marty Williams DB 6-1 189 #42 ATH #47 ATH #31 S North Augusta, SC 11:15 AM
20. D.J. Reader OG 6-3 306 #58 OG #19 OG #20 OG Greensboro, NC 12:18 PM


Clemson commitments left to sign

Javarius Leamon OL 6-6/295 Woodruff, SC - signed with SC State reportedly due to academic issues


Announcement times

Reggie Northrup - 9:00 AM (updated) - FSU

Kenderius Whitehead - 10:00 AM (updated) - NCSU

JaMichael Winston - 11:15 AM - Arkansas

D.J. Reader - 12:00 PM - Clemson

Ronald Darby - 2:30 PM - FSU



Profiles - Click on name for full profile including highlight videos

Isaiah Battle OT 6-7 265 Brooklyn, NY

Ranked as the nation’s No. 5 prep school prospect and a four-star recruit by Rivals…comes to Clemson from Fork Union Military…attended Blue Ridge High School in Virginia, he was #59 offensive tackle in the nation by ESPN…two-time first-team all-state selection at Blue Ridge High…originally from Brooklyn, NY...had 67 tackle and seven sacks as a senior…had 12 tackles for loss and eight sacks as a junior…first-team All-Virginia Independent Conference as a senior…coached by del Smith at Blue Ridge…recruited as a college football player and basketball player… recruited to Clemson by Danny Pearman.

Mickey Plyler on Battle: "I hear rave reviews of Battle's athleticism since he arrived on campus. He is a former basketball player that moves his feet really well. Battle looks like a natural left tackle. He is very inexperienced but he has a great set of tools and could get a great opportunity this spring."

Reminds Plyler of: Chris Hairston

Travis Blanks DB 6-1 195 Tallahassee, FL

Ranked as number-12 overall player and the number-two safety in the nation by ESPN.com, he is a four-star player by that service…Tom Lemming lists Blanks as the #19 overall player in the nation…ranked as number-two cornerback and #33 overall player in the nation by Rivals.com, which also lists Blanks as a four-star player…played in the US Army All-America game…ranked as #2 player in Florida by ESPN…ranked as #6 safety in the nation by Scout.com…his North Florida Christian team won the state championship in Florida…ranked as number-one player among the Super 60 in the Orlando area by the Orlando Sentinel…honorable mention All-American by Sports Illustrated for 2011 season when he missed five games due to a pulled hamstring…as a junior had 104 tackles, four interceptions, 35 receptions and eight reception touchdowns…recruited to Clemson by Jeff Scott.

Mickey Plyler on Blanks: "Blanks may be the most talented prospect in this class. He is a big corner that could grow into a safety. Since he is enrolled early, he will have a shot to make a big impression and fight for time as a corner and a nickel. I can see Blanks playing as much as any freshman next season."

Reminds Plyler of: DeAndre McDaniel

Zac Brooks ATH 6-2 180 Jonesboro, AR

Ranked as #129 player in the nation by Tom Lemming…ranked as #15 athlete in the nation by Rivals.com, #35 as a wide receiver by ESPN…#42 wide receiver in nation by Scout.com…a four-star prospect…played at Jonesboro High in Arkansas where he was a running back and wide receiver over his career…had injury plagued senior year, but still had 650 yards rushing and 14 touchdowns, nine rushing and five receiving…had 28 receptions as a senior…as a junior had 180 carries for 1358 yards and 15 touchdowns…also had 33 receptions for 211 yards…as a sophomore had 38 receptions for 769 yards and five scores…ranked as number-three player in Arkansas by EPSN…played his high school football for Randy Coleman…recruited to Clemson by Chad Morris.

Mickey Plyler on Brooks: "This is one of the most intriguing prospects in this class. Brooks is a bigger back that catches the ball well. I can see him becoming a threat in a lot of different ways under Chad Morris. I love his smoothness and versatility. Brooks will be a headliner this spring."

Reminds Plyler of: Ronald Williams

Patrick DeStefano OL 6-4 275 Roebuck, SC

Ranked as number-59 player in the nation according to ESPN…a four star signee by ESPN as well…ranked as a top 100 player nationally by Tom Lemming, he is rated as number-66 player in the nation…played in the Shrine Bowl for South Carolina team…played in the Under Armour All-America game along with classmate Jay Guillermo…named South Carolina Coaches Association Lineman of the Year…Big 16 Upper State Lineman of the Year as well…first-team All-Area each of the last two years from an academic standpoint…ranked as #12 offensive tackle in nation by ESPN, which also ranks him as a four-star player…Scout.com lists him as #16 offensive guard in the nation…graded 82 percent from his coaches as a senior…played at Dorman High School…his dad played at Duke and in the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs and the New Orleans Saints….high school teammate of current Clemson receivers Adam Humphries and Charone Peake…recruited to Clemson by Jeff Scott.

Mickey Plyler on DeStefano: "I have seen DeStefano in each of the past three seasons. He is a good looking kid that is just now starting to scratch the surface of his potential. He struggled a little this season but this is a bright young man that is coming off some injuries but will benefit from getting with Robbie Caldwell this spring."

Reminds Plyler of:

Kevin Dodd DL 6-5 280 Greer, SC

Comes to Clemson after spending 2011 season at Hargrave Military...had outstanding high school career in two sports at Riverside High in Greer...ranked as 14th best player in South Carolina by Rivals.com...rated as 27th best player in South Carolina by SuperPrep...played in the North-South High School All-Star game in Myrtle Beach...had outstanding performance in that contest as he had five tackles, two of which were sacks, caused a fumble and recorded a fumble...named all-region for the region 2-4A level and also an all-county selection for Greenville County...finished the year with 78 tackles, 45 assists, 22 tackles for loss, including nine sacks, had three caused fumbles, one recovered fumble and four passes broken up...also an outstanding athlete in track, he joined that team in the spring of 2010... the Greenville County Champion in the shot put, runner-up in the discus and named the Greenville County Field Athlete of the Year...also the region champion in both the shot and discus and was a 3A state qualifier in the shot put...Riverside Field Athlete of the Year and was voted as a 2011 team captain...set school records in the shot (49' 1") and the discus (128' 6.5")...ran track at Riverside for Eric Cummings...played football for Steve Eoute at Riverside High School in Greer...recruited by Jeff Scott...born July 14, 1992.

Mickey Plyler on Dodd: "I have not seen Dodd since he was a raw prospect in high school but I heard at prep school he really was impressive. This is a guy with huge potential. It's difficult to find big bodies that run like this. Now it is up to the staff to help Dodd develop this spring."

Reminds Plyler of: James Robinson

Jay Guillermo C 6-2 287 Maryville, TN

Ranked as the number-89 player in the nation by ESPN.com…first-team All-American by ESPN and the top player in the state of Tennessee…number-one center in the nation by ESPN, sixth best by Rivals.com…also first-team High School All-American by Sports Illustrated…helped Maryville High to state 6A champions each of the last two years…a Max Prep first-team All-American…named Tennessee Mr. Football Lineman of the Year…played in the Under Armour All-America game with Clemson classmate Patrick DeStefano…county player of the year regardless of position…Maryville was 15-0 in 2011 and ranked as the 11th best team in the nation by Max Preps….first commitment to Clemson’s class of 2012…recruited to Clemson by Dan Brooks.

Mickey Plyler on Guillermo: "I have only seen Guillermo on film but he looks like he has good footwork and technique. He looks like he has been very well coached. He is another smart kid that will benefit from the spring time as an early enrollee."

Reminds Plyler of: Mike Brown

Oliver Jones OL 6-6 320 Ninety-Six, SC

Ranked as number-14 offensive guard or center in the nation by MaxPreps…a consensus three-star prospect, he is ranked as nation’s #58 tackle by Scout.com, #65 by ESPN and #66 by Rivals.com…ranked among top 15 players in South Carolina by Rivals.com and among the top 20 in the state by ESPN.com…comes to Clemson from Ninety-Six High School in Ninety-Six, SC, the same school that produced former Clemson All-ACC running back Ronald Williams (1990-92)…Williams son, Deshawn Williams, is now a defensive lineman on the Clemson team…coached at Ninety-Six High School by Chris Liner…recruited to Clemson by Charlie Harbison.

Mickey Plyler on Jones: "I saw Oliver Jones before his knee injury and really liked him. He got better as he got more comfortable after the surgery. This is a good looking athlete and one that I have been watching for years. Jones is another smart kid that could develop into a big contributor."

Reminds Plyler of: Steve Reese

Bradley Pinion K 6-6 220 Concord, NC

Averaged 46.1 yards a punt in 2011…first-team High School All-American by ESPN…played in the US Army All-America game in San Antonio…second-team USA Today All-American this past season, the first Clemson kicker signee to make a USA Today All-America team since Chris Gardocki in 1988…ranked as number-three overall kicker in the nation by ESPN, number-four by Rivals and number-six by Scout.com…played for North Carolina in the Shrine Bowl…as a junior averaged 40 yards a punt and had 17 punts inside the 20…had 37 touchbacks in 50 kickoffs as a junior…played at North Cabarrus High School…recruited to Clemson by Danny Pearman.

Mickey Plyler on Pinion: "This is a huge punter that very well could start in 2012. He has a great shot to be the guy next season. The only weakness at this point is his time he takes to get the punt off. The staff will focus mainly on that aspect between now and the fall."

Reminds Plyler of: David Sims

Chad Kelly QB 6-3 205 Buffalo, NY

Ranked as #1 overall player in the state of New York and #4 quarterback in the country by ESPN.com, where he is listed as a four-star prospect...that site also lists him as the 84th best overall player in the nation...#4 dual-threat quarterback in the country and #2 player in New York by Rivals.com, which also rated him as a four-star player...247Sports.com ranks him as fourth best dual quarterback and 101st best overall player in the nation...named SuperPrep All-American...played in the Under Armour All-American Game...threw for 3,050 yards and 27 touchdowns while rushing for 991 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior...threw for 2159 yards and 24 touchdowns and rushed for 1059 yards and 15 touchdowns as a junior...led his team to the state championship game as a junior and senior, winning the state title as a junior...a four-time National Punt, Pass & Kick winner, and the current record holder...played at Saint Joseph's Collegiate Institute...recruited by Chad Morris...born March 26, 1994.

Mickey Plyler on Kelly: "On film, Kelly looks to be a classic dual threat quarterback. He had a very good senior season and continues to grow as a passer. Kelly has terrific feet. Look for him to have a shot to compete for the back up job in the fall."

Reminds Plyler of: Style of Steve Fuller

Germone Hopper WR 6-0 175 Charlotte, NC

As a consensus four-star prospect, he is ranked as #11 wide receiver in the country and #75 overall player in the nation by Rivals.com...#13 wide receiver in the nation and #81 overall player in the country by ESPN.com...#20 wide receiver prospect in the nation by Scout.com...#4 prospect in North Carolina by both Rivals.com and ESPN.com...#6 player in North Carolina by SuperPrep...ranked as #113 overall player, #6 player in North Carolina and #15 wide receiver by 247Sports.com...played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and the Shrine Bowl...rushed for over 4,000 yards and 50 touchdowns in his four years in high school...returned five kickoffs and one punt for touchdowns as a senior...finished his high school career as school's career leader in rushing yards, punt and kickoff return yardage...coached by Andrew Howard at Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology...recruited by Danny Pearman...born Oct. 22, 1993.

Mickey Plyler on Hopper: "Hopper may be the most electric signee this season. He is wonderful in the open field. Hopper competes as hard as any prospect you will find. He really pays attention to the small details which will help him make an early splash. Hopper can help next season in the slot or in the return game."

Reminds Plyler of: A shorter Derrick Hamilton

Jay Jay McCullough TE 6-5 235 Fort Mill, SC

Ranked as #45 athlete in the country by ESPN.com...a consensus three-star prospect, he is a top-20 player in South Carolina by ESPN.com and Rivals.com...ranked as 16th best player in South Carolina and 59th best athlete by 247Sports.com...#26 tight end in the nation by Scout.com...played in the Shrine Bowl and the Offense-Defense All-American game...recorded 37 receptions for 493 yards and five touchdowns while rushing for 112 yards as a senior...coached by Michael Allen at Nation Ford High School...recruited by Jeff Scott...born Jan. 18, 1994.

Mickey Plyler on McCullough: "McCullough is another versatile athlete that could really excel in Chad Morris' offense. Some think he runs like Dwayne Allen and can develop into a natural pass receiving tight end. This will be a very interesting player to watch because of his high ceiling and this explosive offense."

Reminds Plyler of: Dwayne Allen

Josh Brown DT 6-5 290 Aiken, SC

Ranked as the #76 defensive tackle in the nation by Scout.com... #19 player in South Carolina by Rivals.com...#38 player in South Carolina by ESPN.com...#26 player in South Carolina according to 247Sports.com...rated as a three-star prospect by all four services...ranked as the #28 player in South Carolina by SuperPrep...named SCFCA 4A Lower State Lineman of the Year, and Region 5 4A Defensive MVP...named to the ESPN RISE Channel 6 All-Area team...a member of the Aiken Standard All-Area team and the Augusta Chronicle All-Area team...played in the North-South High School All-Star Game in Myrtle Beach...recorded 90 tackles, 22 tackles for loss and eight sacks as a senior...coached by Jeremy West at South Aiken High School...recruited by Charlie Harbison...born May 26, 1993.

Mickey Plyler on Brown: "This is another raw big man. Brown had a good senior campaign. He was not a top ten player in the state but his size and speed make him a very intriguing prospect. He has a bigger upside than several of the defensive tackles Clemson has signed in the past few years."

Reminds Plyler of: LaMarrick Simpson

Ronnie Geohaghan S 6-0 185 Fairfax, SC

Ranked as the #10 safety in the nation and the #3 overall player in South Carolina by Rivals.com, which lists him as a four-star prospect...#23 safety in the country by Scout.com, which also rates him as a four-star prospect...#21 safety in the country and #10 player in South Carolina by ESPN.com, which list him as a three-star prospect...ranked as 13th best player in South Carolina and #30 safety in the nation by 247Sports.com...played in the Shrine Bowl and the Offense-Defense All-American game...coached by Eddie Ford at Allendale-Fairfax High School...comes to Clemson from the same school that sent Clemson all-time leading rusher Raymond Priester...recruited by Marion Hobby...born Aug. 9, 1994.

Mickey Plyler on Geohaghan: "Geohaghan is a tough safety who can excel in run support. Of the three true safeties that the Tigers signed, he may the most complete at this stage. The Tigers need help here and Geohaghan has the tools to come in and play early. "

Reminds Plyler of: Mike Hamlin

Martin Aiken DE 6-3 250 Bamberg, SC

Ranked as the #24 defensive end in the nation by Scout.com, where he is a four-star player...#25 defensive end in the nation and #2 overall player in South Carolina by Rivals.com, also a four-star player by that service...#43 defensive end in the nation by ESPN.com, which lists him as a three-star player...#10 player in South Carolina and #23 defensive end in the nation by 247Sports.com...#11 player in South Carolina by SuperPrep...played in the Offense-Defense All-American game...recorded 73 tackles, 13 tackles for loss and 11 sacks as a senior...recorded 106 tackles, 36 tackles for loss and 16 sacks as a junior...comes to Clemson from same school that sent Da'Quan Bowers and Rick Sapp to Clemson, they are both current in the NFL...Coached by Kevin Crosby at Bamberg-Ehrhardt...recruited to Clemson by Marion Hobby...born Oct. 17, 1993.

Mickey Plyler on Aiken: "Aiken is not the tall, rangy defensive end that will have to grow into a position. He is a bigger guy that might get a chance to play because of his strength and the need for depth at defensive end. Aiken plays really hard and pursues the football well. I could see him as a defensive end in either the 4-3 or 3-4 or a defensive tackle in the 4-3. His body has the potential to get even bigger."

Reminds Plyler of: Adrian Dingle

Shaquille Lawson DE 6-4 240 Central, SC

Ranked as #18 defensive end in the nation and #3 player in South Carolina by ESPN.com, listed by that service as a four-star recruit...#19 defensive end in nation and #5 player in South Carolina by Rivals.com, which also him as a four-star prospect...ranked as fifth best overall player in South Carolina and 24th best defensive end in the nation by 247Sports.com...rated as a three-star prospect by Scout.com...played in the North-South High School All-Star game and the Offense-Defense All-American game...recorded 99 tackles, 23 tackles for loss, nine sacks and forced five fumbles as a senior...recorded 100 tackles and 13 sacks as a junior...coached by Randy Robinson at D.W. Daniel High School...recruited by Chad Morris and Marion Hobby...born June 17, 1994.

Mickey Plyler on Lawson: "I have seen Lawson play football and basketball on many occasions. He is a long, athletic prospect that moves well. He played with a little more motivation after his father's tragic accident this season. Lawson has a huge upside as he continues to grow and get more experience. This is a kid that plays hard."

Reminds Plyler of: Terrence Mack

T.J. Burrell LB 6-1 205 Goose Creek, SC

Ranked as the #57 outside linebacker in the nation and #20 overall player in South Carolina by ESPN.com...#58 outside linebacker in the country by Scout.com...#26 player in South Carolina by Rivals.com #21 in South Carolina by 247Sports.com...listed as a three-star prospect by all three services...#18 player in South Carolina by SuperPrep...played in the Shrine Bowl for the South Carolina team and the Offense-Defense All-American game...recorded 105 tackles, 12 tackles for loss and three sacks as a senior...Coached by former Clemson assistant coach Chuck Reedy at Goose Creek High School...recruited by Tony Elliott...born Jan. 26, 1994.

Mickey Plyler on Burrell: "The staff likes Burrell as a hybrid safety-linebacker. He does not run as well as Lateek Townsend from last year's class but is tough and competes. I will be interested to see what Brent Venables does with his SAM linebackers including Burrell."

Reminds Plyler of: Norman Haynes

Carlos Watkins DL 6-4 285 6-1 205 Forest City, NC

Clemson's top signee in this class according to 247Sports.com, he is ranked as 55th best overall player in the nation...also ranked as fourth best player in North Carolina and seventh best defensive lineman...ranked as #8 defensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com and Scout.com, list him as a four-star player...#12 defensive tackle in the nation by ESPN.com, a four-star player by that service...#5 player in North Carolina by both ESPN.com and Rivals.com...#104 overall player in the nation by Rivals.com and #134 overall player in the country by ESPN.com...#13 player in North Carolina by SuperPrep...recorded 15 sacks, an interception and forced five fumbles as a senior...recorded 50 tackles, 29 tackles for loss and 14 sacks as a junior...played in the U.S. Army All-American game and the Shrine Bowl...coached by Daniel Bailey at Chase High School...attends same high school that sent the McSwain brothers (Rod and Chuck) to Clemson in the early 1980s, they were both on Clemson's National Championship team of 1981...Chuck is current track coach at Chase High School...recruited by Dan Brooks....born Dec. 5, 1993.

Mickey Plyler on Watkins: "Watkins has a big spring and summer ahead of him because he has a chance to come in and play early. The opening is there and he is gifted enough to come in and play early. Just how much though will depend on how he conditions himself over the next seven months."

Reminds Plyler of: Jarvis Jenkins

Cordrea Tankersley DB 6-2 195 Aiken, SC

Ranked as the #37 wide receiver in the country by Scout.com, a four-star player by that service...#39 safety in the country by Rivals.com, lists him as a three-star player...#6 player in South Carolina and 25th best athlete by 247Sports.com...#41 athlete in the nation by ESPN.com, lists him as a three-star player...top-10 player in South Carolina by ESPN.com...#3 player in South Carolina by SuperPrep...named to ESPN RISE Channel 6 All-Area team...a member of the Augusta Chronicle All-Area team...played in the Shrine Bowl...selected for the Offense/Defense All-American game in Dallas, TX...on the defensive side of the ball, he recorded 40 tackles as a senior...on offense, rushed for 650 yards and five touchdowns and threw for 708 yards and six touchdowns...coached by Al Lown at Silver Bluff High School...recruited by Charlie Harbison...born July 1, 1994.

Mickey Plyler on Tankersley: "The Tigers need help with the depth at safety and Tankersley will get a long look in August. He has a good frame and runs well. He will have to make adjustments in coverage but he has the tools to get a long look for depth at a needed spot."

Reminds Plyler of: Ronald Watson

Marty Wiliams DB 6-1 190 North Augusta, SC

Ranked as ninth best player in South Carolina and a 24th best safety in the nation by 247Sports.com... #31 safety in the country by Scout.com...#42 athlete in the nation by ESPN.com...#47 athlete in the country by Rivals.com...top-10 player in South Carolina by Rivals.com...a three-star prospect by all three services...#13 player in South Carolina by SuperPrep...named All-Region High School Sports Report Offensive Player of the Year for Class A as a sophomore, junior and senior...named WJBF/ESPN RISE Athlete of the Year as a junior and senior...a first-team all-area selection by the Augusta Chronicle as a junior and senior...named Aiken Standard Offensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior...selected to play in the Shrine Bowl but was not able to play due to injury...accounted for 3,000 yards of total offense and 36 touchdowns as a senior...coached by Russ Schneider at Fox Creek High School...recruited by Charlie Harbison...born Aug. 21, 1993.

Mickey Plyler on Williams: "Williams is a big athlete that has suffered from some neck injuries as a senior. He is athletic enough to come in and play if he can get healthy before the fall. The freshmen safeties should have a good competition this fall."

Reminds Plyler of: Robert Carswell

D.J.Reader OG 6-3 306 Greensboro, NC

Ranked as the #19 offensive guard in nation and #20 player in North Carolina...#20 offensive guard in the nation by Scout.com...#58 offensive guard in nation and #27 player in North Carolina by ESPN.com...#41 defensive lineman in the country and #8 player in North Carolina by SuperPrep...named SuperPrep All-American...recorded 50 tackles, seven tackles for loss and five sacks from the defensive tackle position as a senior...plans to play both football and baseball at the collegiate level...batted .435 as junior on the diamond...coached by Damon Coiro at Grimsley High School...recruited by Robbie Caldwell...born July 1, 1994.

Mickey Plyler on Reader: "On film D.J. Looks like he has great feet. It's hard to find big men who move like this. He is very quick for a big man. Reader is an intriguing athlete. It's difficult to play two sports in college but I would love to see a 300-pounder on the diamond."

Reminds Plyler of: Michael Dean Perry

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