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TNET: Former Atlanta Brave Jeff Francoeur on his love of Clemson, QB battle

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 1:56 PM
 

 
Former Atlanta Brave Jeff Francoeur on his love of Clemson, QB battle

Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia. Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
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Re: TNET: Former Atlanta Brave Jeff Francoeur on his love of Clemson, QB battle

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 1:59 PM
 

Now, that is something worth repeating !!!!!!!

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So, are you trying to say that

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 2:00 PM
 

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

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Hold On let me get this straight ??

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 2:04 PM
 

Francoeur was selected by the Atlanta Braves in the first round of the June 2002 amateur draft. Francoeur was a 4-star safety prospect that had committed (in July of 2002) to play football at Clemson. After the draft, he elected to forego college to play baseball.
Jeff Francoeur is a big fan of Clemson sports. He isn’t ashamed to admit it and doesn’t care who knows it, especially in his home state of Georgia.

Love this guy!

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 2:07 PM
 




great story just a little repetitive in my opinion

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 2:10 PM
 

But great story! Great story! Great story! Great.... u get the idea

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Re: TNET: Former Atlanta Brave Jeff Francoeur on his love of Clemson, QB battle

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 2:22 PM
 

would he have played both at Clemson or football only?

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So does he have any FB eligibility left? If he was a 4* 16

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 2:40 PM
 

yrs ago; he should be a mid 2* now...not quite what we are looking for but he could get to a 3* with a good fall campaign.


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Re: So does he have any FB eligibility left? If he was a 4* 16

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 3:10 PM
 

Some guys marry up when they have money. Jeff didn’t get the memo I see.


Re: So does he have any FB eligibility left? If he was a 4* 16

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 3:26 PM
 

Looks like he done pretty well to me.


Re: So does he have any FB eligibility left? If he was a 4* 16

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 3:35 PM
 

Morris,
Do you have to work at it or is it natural to be a schmuck


Re: So does he have any FB eligibility left? If he was a 4* 16

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 4:32 PM
 

Dude, you’re ruthless... but I must confess that your ruthlessness makes me laugh...??????


Re: So does he have any FB eligibility left? If he was a 4* 16


Posted: Jun 25, 2018 6:19 PM
 

I don't know you but I know what you are.


"CLEMSON DAY" at Suntrust Park in Atlanta was a sell out

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 5:06 PM
 

yesterday...I watch almost every Braves game and this article is for real because he is always referring to Clemson with an "us" or "we" as he talks about them during the games he is in the booth.


Re: TNET: Former Atlanta Brave Jeff Francoeur on his love of Clemson, QB battle

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Posted: Jun 25, 2018 5:23 PM
 

Jeff, I will never forget you and I will say that I was very
disappointed when you chose to forgo college to go pro.You
made the right choice but I believe you would have made a
great college FB player.Thank you Jeff for your kind words
about the the team I will always love,

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