Barry Richardson Excited About Upcoming Season

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Barry Richardson
Offensive lineman
Wando High School
6'7", 330 pounds

One look at Barry Richardson's immense stature, and it would be easy
for someone to think they were looking at a young man who could
dominate the competition in basketball at the high school level.

And although he has both the size and athleticism to do so, basketball
isn't something that the Clemson signee has considered.

"I do track and field after football, but that's it," Richardson said. "When
I am not doing that, I stay in shape by lifting weights and running after
Having already qualified academically, Richardson is now focused on
making an impact at Clemson, and doing whatever it takes to make sure
the offense plays up to its potential.

"The college football season is coming up soon, and I am very excited
about it," Richardson said. "I think we will have a pretty good team, and I
expect us to be in a big bowl game."


Outstanding student-athlete who will graduate from high school in just three years…first Clemson signee ever to do that, he will be 17 when he enters Clemson…a three-year starter at Wando High School in Mount Pleasant for Bob Hayes…had 85 percent film grade his senior season…had 15 knockdowns and 16 pancake blocks in 2003…three-year starter on the offensive line…can already squat lift over 500 pounds….born Barry D. Richardson on May 15, 1986.

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