2003 Clemson Football Signee List
Signing Day Photos:
Coach Stockstill waiting on the next fax of the day.
Offensive administrative assistant Ren Windham examines the latest fax.
Signed with Clemson:
#1 (7:13AM) OL Brandon Pilgrim 6-5 285 Lilburn, GA (Parkview HS)
#2 (7:45AM) WR Chris Jefferson 6-2 175 Morganton, NC (Freedom HS)
#3 (8:00AM) RB Brandon Nolen 5-11 185 Old Bridge, NJ (Old Bridge HS)
#4 (8:32AM) K Jad Dean 5-11 190 Grenwood, SC (Greenwood HS)
#5 (8:35AM) QB C.J. Gaddis 6-1 205 Raeford, NC (Hoke County HS)
#6 (8:37AM) OL Christian Capote 6-5 290 Miami, FL (Killian HS)
#7 (8:48AM) OL Clint LaTray 6-3 275 Allen, TX (Allen HS)
#8 (8:42AM) LB Maurice Nelson 6-2 205 Sumter, SC (Crestwood HS)
#9 (8:45AM) OL Marion Dukes 6-4 295 Pickens, SC (Pickens HS)
#10 (9:19AM) DB Robert Reese 5-11 185 Temple, GA (Temple HS)
#11 (9:35AM) TE Zach Green 6-6 240 Conyers, GA (Salem HS)
#12 (9:40AM) OL/DL Chris McDuffie 6-4 310 Hargrave Military Academy
#13 (10:05AM) DB Brian Staley 5-10 180 Georgia Military College
#14 (10:20AM) RB Tramaine Billie 6-1 195 Columbia, SC (Dreher HS)
#15 (10:30AM) DE Kwam Williams 6-4 220 Atlanta, GA (Westlake HS)
#16 (10:38AM) ATH Sergio Gilliam 6-3 185 Greer, SC (Greer HS)
#17 (11:00PM) LB Nick Watkins 6-2 215 New Orleans, LA (Karr HS)
DL Anthony McDaniel 6-7 270 Columbia, SC - Signed with Tenn
OL Woodly Telfort 6-8 310 Dodge City CC - Signed with USC
DL Freddy Saint-Preux 6-6 298 Dodge City CC - Signed with USC
OL David Overmyer 6-4 270 Lilburn, GA - Signed with FSU
LB Marcus Howard 6-2 210 Hanahan, SC - Signed with UGA
OL Eric Young 6-6 270 Union, SC - Signed with Tenn
RB Demetris Summers 6-1 200 Lexington, SC - Signed with USC
OL Brandon Pilgrim 6-5 285 Lilburn, GA (Parkview HS)
Rated the #29 prospect in Georgia and 47th best offensive tackle in the country according to Rivals.com… #32 player in Georgia by Borderwars.com… three-year letterman and two-year starter… 2002 Gwinnett County Touchdown Club Offensive Lineman of the Year… first team All-County and second team All-State in 2002… led team to three state championships and a 45-0 record… played for coach Cecil Flowe… chose Clemson over Georgia Tech, Auburn, Virginia, Arkansas and South Carolina.
More on Pilgrim: Pilgrim was a member of one of the best offensive lines in the South. He was on the line along with Division I prospects Zeb McKinzey and David Overmeyer. Parkview has won three straight AAAA state titles and is currently on a 45 game winning streak. Parkview was also home to Tiger signee and two-time Georgia player of the year Jeff Franceour, who is now currently in the Atlanta Braves farm system. Recruited by Ron West.
Quoting Pilgrim: "I really like the coaches, and the campus is real nice. It's in a small area and everything is close together."
WR Chris Jefferson 6-2 175 Morganton, NC (Freedom HS)
Rated the #14 player in North Carolina according to Borderwars.com… SuperPrep All-Mid Atlantic team and #18 prospect in the state… 66th-best wide receiver in the nation according to Rivals.com… All-Conference, All-Area, and Charlotte Observer All-Piedmont in 2002… played for Coach Tim McMahon… chose Clemson over North Carolina and Wake Forest
More on Jefferson: Jefferson caught 54 passes for 600 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior. As a senior he had 40 catches for 750 yards and 10 touchdowns. Jefferson also had offers from Virginia, Colorado, Boston College, Maryland, Duke, Vanderbilt and Kansas. Recruited by Mike O’Cain.
Quoting Jefferson: “Clemson was the first college game I had seen in my life. I was the first campus I had been to. I was kind of a lean to them from the beginning. They kind of caught my heart. Then I went on the visit and started actually hanging out with the players, getting more in depth with the coaches and it showed what it would be like there for the next four or five years. I just felt like that was the place for me. I probably will end up getting redshirted. That’s what I hope to do. But you know if I go out and play real good then I might play my freshman year and that’s good too.”
RB Brandon Nolen 5-11 185 Old Bridge, NJ (Old Bridge HS)
SuperPrep All-Northeast Team… All-State First-Team and Super 100 All-State pick by New Jersey Coaches his senior season…50th best running back in the country according to Rivals.com… rushed for 1180 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2002, including a long run of 94 yards… caught one touchdown pass and returned a punt for a touchdown… also put in time on defense, making 35 tackles and an interception… All-Area, All-County, All-Conference, All-Division his junior and senior years… all-conference and all-area in track his junior season in the 100m, 200m, 4x100m and 2x200m… lettered two years in basketball… played for Coach Bob DeMarco… chose Clemson over Maryland, Virginia Tech, Syracuse and Penn State
More on Nolen: Brandon had offers from Wake Forest, UNC and Wisconsin. He rushed for 3,356 yards and scored 48 touchdowns in his high school career. Last season he gained 1,180 yards for a 7.9 yards per carry average. He also excels in track. As a junior he was both the Central Jersey, Group 4 champion and the Greater Middlesex Conference champion in the 100. His best time was 10.7. He was been timed at 4.3 in the 40-yard dash. Recruited by John Lovett.
K Jad Dean 5-11 190 Greenwood, SC (Greenwood HS)
Rated the top kicker in the state by Rivals.com and SuperPrep… #21 prospect in SC and All-Mid Atlantic team member according to SuperPrep… #23 prospect in the state by Borderwars.com… PrepStar All-Atlantic Region member… one of the Charlotte Observer’s Top 25 prospects in the state… 2002 Shrine Bowl participant… All-Lakelands, All-Region, and Special Teams MVP his sophomore, junior and senior seasons… All-State 4A in 2001 and All Class All-State in 2002… converted 42-43 extra point attempts and 9-12 field goals with a long of 45 yards his senior year… had a 39.8 yard punting average and 59 of his 66 kickoffs were unreturnable in 2002… won the MVP kicking award at summer camps at Georgia and LSU with over 200 kickers… on the Ray Guy National Talent Search list… member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club and FCA… played for Coach Shell Dula… chose Clemson over Georgia, Florida State and Louisiana State
More on Dean: Jad Dean grew up a Clemson fan and waited for the offer that came from Tommy Bowden in July. Dean regularly nailed kicks of over 60 yards in practice. As a junior he was four of five on field goals with a long of 48 yards. He was 46 of 48 on PATs that season. As a sophomore he was 10 of 14 on field goals and 52-55 on PATs. As a senior he was nine of 12 on field goals. He had 59 touchbacks on 66 kickoffs. He averaged 39.8 yards per punt. Dean had offers from LSU, Georgia and Florida State. Recruited by John Lovett.
Quoting Dean: “I tried out for football in middle school in 7th grade and I made it as a wide receiver. One day he asked if anybody could kick and no one had ever played soccer so he asked me to come out there. I kicked pretty good, and he said I was more valuable as a kicker than I would be as a wide receiver.”
QB C.J. Gaddis 6-1 205 Raeford, NC (Hoke County HS)
Rated the #7 prospect in North Carolina and 18th best quarterback in the country according to Rivals.com… SuperPrep All-American and All-Southeast team member… #5 prospect in North Carolina according to SuperPrep… Borderwars.com 101 Team member and #7 player in North Carolina… PrepStar All-Atlantic Region member… Tom Lemming All-Mid Atlantic Team… threw for 618 yards, eight touchdowns and no interceptions while rushing for 591 yards and eight touchdowns… one of the Charlotte Observer’s Top 25 prospects in the state… 2002 Shrine Bowl participant… conference offensive and overall MVP his senior season… All-Cape Fear and All-State member in 2002… played for Coach Greg Bryant… chose Clemson over Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia and NC State
More on Gaddis: As a senior, CJ had 1134 yards rushing and 14 touchdowns. He also threw for 1267 yards and 12 touchdowns. As a junior in baseball he hit .436 with nine home runs and a school-record 29 stolen bases. He’s from the same school as former Clemson basketball player Terrell McIntyre. He played in the Shrine Bowl. He visited North Carolina, but made it clear that he had set up the visit only as a back up plan in case there were coaching changes at Clemson. He received offers from UNC, Georgia, NC State, Wake, Duke, Virginia, Maryland, Georgia Tech and others. Recruited by Mike O'Cain.
Quoting Gaddis: “Everybody knows I am an athlete and I wanted to play quarterback. That was a big part of my decision. Clemson was actually the first school that came to me as a quarterback. Early in the year other schools wanted me as a DB and when they came to see me play they started to change their thought process on me. That is when my recruiting process really started to pick up as a quarterback.”
“I just need to improve on being a better quarterback. If you want to be the best, you’ve got to progress every year and every day make yourself better. I’ve got to improve my game everywhere.”
“Everyone calls me a playmaker. When stuff breaks down, I just go. I’m pretty good at reading coverages and taking what the defense gives us.”
OL Christian Capote 6-5 290 Miami, FL (Killian HS)
All-State and All-County Class 6A-4A First Team Offense member his senior season… #10 Miami-Dade prospect according to Miami Herald… top 100 Florida prospect according to Orlando Sentinel… had 117 pancake blocks while allowing no sacks his senior season… graded out at 93 percent in 2002… three-year starter… #16 offensive lineman in Florida according to Floridakids.net… won Most Outstanding Academics in Football award his junior season…honor roll student who plans to major in pre-med… two year letterman in baseball… played for Coach Billy Rolle… chose Clemson over Georgia Tech and Florida
More on Capote: Christian Capote led his team to an 11-1 record last season. He had offers from Miami, Florida, Rutgers, Boston College, West Virginia, Kansas, Missouri, Auburn, Colorado St and others. Recruited by Ron West.
Quoting Capote: “With Clemson there is a lot of tradition. I mean that school is known for their tradition and known for the great team they always have. The coaching staff is good. I fell in love with the place when I got there. It felt like the right place. I really liked the team. I like the coaches. I really felt like I belong there.”
“I think I could help out maybe my freshman year. I will definitely get stronger and run like a maniac every day.”
OL Clint LaTray 6-3 275 Allen, TX (Allen HS)
Rated the #14 offensive lineman in Texas and 33rd best offensive guard in the country according to Rivals.com… first team All-District, All-Area and third team All-State his senior season… first team All-District his junior season… led team to district championship in 2001 and 2002… three-year starter… played for Coach Joe Martin… chose Clemson over TCU, Baylor, SMU and Kansas.
More on LaTray: Clint LaTray impressed Clemson’s coaching staff at Clemson’s football camp last summer. He was named first team all-district as a junior. He expects to redshirt at Clemson next season. Recruited by Ron West.
Quoting LaTray: “I started playing in the fifth grade. In middle school I was a tight end and line backer. My freshman year I was a defensive lineman and an offensive lineman. Really, I just thought Clemson is a great school sports wise and academic wise.”
LB Maurice Nelson 6-2 205 Sumter, SC (Crestwood HS)
Rated one of the top 10 players in the state by SC Varsity, SC Pigskin Prep and the SC High School Sports Report… #4 player in South Carolina according to Borderwars.com and Rivals.com… #5 player in SC according to the Charlotte Observer… #7 prospect in the state according to Mickey Plyler… PrepStar All-American… SuperPrep and Tom Lemming All-Mid Atlantic Team member… 16th best defensive back in the country according to Rivals.com… one of the top 50 players in the South according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution… CBS Sports All-Southeast Team member in 2002… North-South Game participant… All-District and All-Area from 2000-2002… All-Region and All-State 2001-2002… had 137 tackles, eight sacks, four interceptions and five fumble recoveries… team defensive MVP… four-year letterman in football and weight lifting… All-State weight lifter in 2001 and 2002, and 2002 state champion in the 205lb class… played for Coach Keith Crolley… brother of current Clemson linebacker Roosevelt Nelson… chose Clemson over South Carolina, Georgia and Maryland.
More on Nelson: Nelson was offered by Georgia, Maryland, Tennessee, Duke, Vanderbilt and others. Recruited by Rick Stockstill.
Quoting Nelson: “For a long time I knew where I wanted to go. But I decided to hold out and look around at other schools. Deep down inside I knew I would be at Clemson. I chose Clemson because of the loyalty to me and the others players they have. Also, I have a lot of friends up there. Clemson is like a second home to me. Also, Coach Stockstill has been a great recruiter. He came to me like a friend.”
OL Marion Dukes 6-4 295 Pickens, SC (Pickens HS)
Rated the #2 lineman in the state according to the Charlotte Observer… first team AP All-State member (all classifications)… first team All-Region 2001 and 2002… most valuable offensive lineman and team captain his senior year… graded out at 80 percent with five pancakes and 10 knockdown blocks his senior year… #8 prospect in the state according to Mickey Plyler and Borderwars.com… #9 prospect in SC according to SuperPrep and member of All-Mid Atlantic team… #10 prospect in the state according to Rivals.com… Tom Lemming All-Mid Atlantic Team member… PrepStar All-Atlantic Region member … #50 offensive lineman in the country by Rivals.com… 2002 Shrine Bowl participant… also made 36 tackles and six sacks over his career as a defensive lineman… starter on the basketball team… played for Coach Andy Tweito… chose Clemson over South Carolina, Georgia, Georgia Tech and North Carolina.
More on Dukes: Dukes was offered by Georgia, South Carolina, Maryland, Vandy and Army. Played for Andy Tweito and former NFL coach Sam Wyche at Pickens. Recruited by Rodney Allison.
Quoting Dukes: “When I was one year old my dad died of leukemia, but he was an outstanding basketball player. He could have went to a lot of colleges. My cousins were great football players – All-Americans at Pickens High School. I had a cousin named Zion McKinney that was at the University of South Carolina. I just came from a great deal of athletes – basketball, football and baseball.”
“I’m good a pass blocking. I can move my feet real good and I’ve got good upper body strength.”
“You learn so much from (Andy Twieto and Sam Wyche). They show you so much character and discipline. They show you how to play with your heart. They show you how to just go out there and use what God gave you.”
DB Robert Reese 5-11 185 Temple, GA (Temple HS)
USA Today All South Region Team member… 42nd best athlete in the country according to Rivals.com… #47 player in Georgia according to Borderwars.com… PrepStar All-Southeast Region member… four-time All-County and All-Region selection… two-time All-State selection… county and region offensive MVP in 2001 and 2002… three-time team MVP… holds school records for rushing yards in a game (310), season (1,632) and career (3,992), most TDs in a game (six) and season (32), most INTs in a game (three) and career (19), most return TDs in a season (six) and career (13) and most return yards in a season (639)… played for Coach Manty Wild… chose Clemson over Auburn and Georgia
More on Reese: Reese is being signed as a cornerback even though he played quarterback and free safety last season. On offense, he rushed for 1123 yards and 20 touchdowns. He also passed for 776 yards. On defense he had six interceptions and 58 tackles. He also returned punts and kickoffs. Reese also had an offer from Auburn and interest from Colorado, Troy State and Georgia. Recruited by Jack Hines.
Quoting Reese: “Coach Bowden is a real good coach. He is very intellectual and talks to me. It’s a business, but he didn’t carry on like it is a business.”
TE Zach Green 6-6 240 Conyers, GA (Salem HS)
First team All-Area 2001-2002 and second team All-Metro 2001-2002… broke school single season receiving record in 2001 with 31 catches for 478 yards… three-year starter in football and two-year starter in basketball… two-year letterman in track in the high jump, shotput and discus… scored the most points for his track team in 2002… played for Coach Frank Caputo… chose Clemson over Georgia Tech and Arkansas
More on Green: Green caught 15 passes for Salem High last season. Salem was primarily a running team. He was also recruited by Georgia Tech, Arkansas and Furman. He bench presses 300 pounds and squats 400 pounds. Saw much more action during his junior year when the team wasn’t so run oriented. Also played defensive end. Recruited by Ron West.
Quoting Green: “I really like the (Clemson) campus. I like that everybody gets into football season. I like the offense. They have used the tight end more than other teams like them. I don’t think it was that hard to decide where to to. I felt like it was where I wanted to be. It was an easy decision, not a hard one.”
“I have really good hands and good feet. I have good foot speed. I’ve just got to build my strength and my blocking technique. I need to work on my speed getting downfield. They have talked to me about probably redshirting. They already have two tight ends on scholarship, but if somebody goes down I’ll have to play.”
OL/DL Chris McDuffie 6-4 310 Hargrave Military Academy
Three-star lineman according to Rivals.com… All-Region, All-District and All-State his senior year at George Washington HS… named to second team of the Associated Press’ Virginia Group AAA football team … 3A Defensive Player of the Year… Virginia Shrine Bowl MVP… played for Coach Everett Woods at George Washington HS and Coach Robert Prunty at Hargrave Military Academy… chose Clemson over Arkansas, East Carolina and Florida State.
More on McDuffie: McDuffie attended George Washington High School in Danville, VA before his year at Hargrave. He selected Clemson over Florida State, Arkansas and Ole Miss. Bench presses 400 lbs. Had offers from Florida State, Central Michigan and East Carolina. McDuffie said he chose Clemson in part because the players’ days are regimented. He said he wanted to be a part of a disciplined program. Before he went to Hargrave, he would have avoided such a regimen, but now he welcomes it. He could end up on the offensive or defensive line. Recruited by Thielen Smith.
Quoting McDuffie: “They won’t let you fail. They support the idea of having you come there and your main purpose of coming there is to get a degree.”
“I’m a better run blocker than pass blocker. I can do both, but I’m better at run blocking.”
“(Hargrave Military) was kind of tough at first. I didn’t know anything about the military. It was tough knowing that I had to go there to get my grades and the SAT score.
DB Brian Staley 5-10 180 Georgia Military College
Two-time JUCO All-American.. one of the top four cornerback prospects in the country and top JUCO cornerback according to Borderwars.com… 14th best JUCO prospect in the country according to SuperPrep… had 10 interceptions, including three returned for touchdowns, last season at Georgia Military College… also made 68 tackles, 26 pass break ups and blocked a punt… had 80 tackles and nine interceptions his freshman year at Georgia Military College… the nine interceptions led the nation and six of them were returned for touchdowns… also blocked four punts and returned one for a touchdown… had 26 total interceptions at Aiken High School… caught 49 passes for 825 yards and 14 touchdowns his senior year… All-Area, All-Region, All-District, All-State his junior and senior years… North-South Game participant… All-Area player according to the Augusta Chronicle… played for Coach Carey Johnson at Aiken High School and Coach Bert Williams at Georgia Military College… chose Clemson over South Carolina and Nebraska
More on Staley: Staley committed to Clemson out of high school, but didn’t qualify. He became one of the top cornerbacks in junior college. He had 19 interceptions in two seasons. He considered USC and Nebraska. He should step into the defensive backfield right away. Was offered by Mississippi State, Florida, Georgia, UT, Florida State and LSU in addition to USC and Nebraska. Recruited by Rick Stockstill.
Quoting Staley: “They won’t let you fail. They support the idea of having you come there and your main purpose of coming there is to get a degree.”
“I always wanted to go (to Clemson). I feel good about going down to play at Clemson. I think I have that type of speed and ability to go down there and play. (At Georgia Military) I learned you can’t take anything for granted. You have to come out and play hard. Sometimes you are going to get beat, but you have to look over that and go to the next play. There are a lot of great players out there. You can’t just take it for granted you are the best player on the field. You have to practice hard every time you go and play hard on the field.”
RB Tramaine Billie 6-1 195 Columbia, SC (Dreher HS)
All-American and 17th best running back in the country according to Tom Lemming… #9 prospect in the state according to the SC High School Sports Report… #10 prospect in the state according to Mickey Plyler… All-Mid Atlantic team member and #13 prospect in SC according to SuperPrep… #17 prospect in the state according to Rivals.com and #20 according to Borderwars.com… #24 athlete in the country by Rivals.com… PrepStar All-Atlantic Region member… one of the Charlotte Observer’s Top 25 prospects in the state… played two seasons at linebacker before moving to running back his junior season… rushed for 2003 yards (school record) and 19 touchdowns in his first season at running back and also made 52 tackles on defense… earned team and region MVP honors in 2001… rushed for 1000 yards over the first five games of 2002 with an offensive line that did not have a returning starter… missed two games with a sprained ankle and finished his senior year with 1,570 yards and 17 touchdowns in eight games… also had 58 tackles, including two sacks, three caused fumbles and a blocked kick in 2002… set school career rushing mark with 4,073 yards and his 43 career touchdowns set a new school standard… All-Region selection, Mr. Football finalist and North-South All-Star Game selection in 2002… voted captain by his teammates in 2001 and 2002… two year letterman in basketball and will pick up his fifth letter in track this spring… MVP of the track team in 2001 and 2002… Class 3A state champion in the 100m in 2002… played for Coach Bill Bacon… chose Clemson over South Carolina
More on Billie: Billie is a fast and powerful runner who is also the Class AAA 100-meter champion. As a junior he rushed for 2003 yards and 19 touchdowns. Injuries cost him two games, but he finished his senior season with 1550 yards and 20 touchdowns. Recruited by Brad SCott.
Quoting Billie: "The reason I chose Clemson is I wanted to be close to home, but not too close to home to where I would have to keep going home to my mother and everything."
"Clemson wants me to play running back. They said they needed a speed back. They said I fit in with their program with what they are trying to do right now."
"The main difference is that the coaches at Clemson seemed more into me. Tommy Bowden has at least six more years. Really, I didn’t want to be that close to home in Columbia."
DE Kwam Williams 6-4 220 Atlanta, GA (Westlake HS)
Made 128 tackles with 14 sacks and one interception his senior season… first-team All-City and All-Region… team defensive MVP and All-State honorable mention… two-star defensive end according to Rivals.com and Borderwars.com… played for Coach Dallas Allen… chose Clemson over Arkansas and Middle Tennessee
Quoting Williams: "Coach Bowden he’s a real coach. He’s straight up with you. I talked to him one on one in his office and he’s a really cool person. Very human to be around. Coaches showed me so much love down there. It was just love down there, and that’s where I want to be. "
ATH Sergio Gilliam 6-3 185 Greer, SC (Greer HS)
All-Area, All-Region, All-County, All-State his junior and senior years… 2002 Shrine Bowl participant… led state in interceptions his junior and senior years with 13 and 10, respectively… ranked the 13th best player in the state according to the SC High School Sports Report… #14 prospect in the state according to Mickey Plyler… #15 prospect in the state according to Borderwars.com… SuperPrep All-Mid Atlantic Team member and #16 prospect in SC… team MVP as a senior… lettered four years in football and basketball and three years in track… All-Area, All-Region, All-County, All-State in basketball his junior year as well as team MVP… All-Area, All-Region, All-State in track his junior year as well as MVP… qualified for state in 100m, 200m, high jump and 4x100m relay… played for Coach Travis Perry… chose Clemson over South Carolina and Georgia Tech
More on Gilliam: Gilliam played receiver and cornerback for Greer as well as returning punts and kickoffs. As a receiver, he had 21 receptions for 450 yards and four touchdowns. On defense he recorded eight interceptions and 42 tackles. He scored 10 touchdowns his senior year. He had offers from USC, Georgia, Vanderbilt and UT. Recruited by Rick Stockstill.
Quoting Gilliam: “I need to basically work on everything. I can work a little more on my speed and need to stay healthy.”
“The facilities and atmosphere is nice. I felt comfortable at school like it was somewhere I could fit in.”
LB Nick Watkins 6-2 215 New Orleans, LA (Karr HS)
Three-year starter at linebacker and team captain his senior… All-District 2001 and 2002… All-Westbank New Orleans 2000-2002… All-Metro New Orleans 2002… 2002 Orleans/Jefferson Parish All-Star Game participant who earned defensive MVP honors… played for Coach Don Wattigny... chose Clemson over Tulane, Michigan State, Ole Miss and Oklahoma State
More on Watkins: Watkins set a school record with 160 tackles last season. He also had eight sacks and five interceptions. He had offers from Auburn, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, La Tech, Tulane, Louisiana-Monroe and Indiana. Recruited by Burton Burns.
Quoting Watkins: “I like to blitz and drop off into coverage. I’m an outside linebacker. I’m versatile so I can do a little of everything.”
“I’m not used to seeing the mountains. The campus and the visit was nice. The players treated me well. Everything was just nice.”
“The think I need to work on is I need to get a little faster. Gain five to ten more pounds. I think if I go there and perform the way I think I can I should have a shot at playing early.”
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