Brandon Jamison Signs with Clemson


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Clemson, SC -- Brandon Jamison, a linebacker from Southwest Mississippi Junior
College, has signed a letter of intent with the Clemson football program. Jamison played
two seasons at Southwest Mississippi and will be a junior at Clemson for the 2002
season.


Jamison signed with Clemson out of Lower Richland High School in February of
2000. He was a Shrine Bowl player for the South Carolina team and was ranked by some
services as the top linebacker in South Carolina.


Jamison was an all-state player in the fall of 1999 as he had 161 tackles, including
five sacks. He had 140 tackles as a junior and finished his career with 381. The native of
Hopkins, SC was ranked as the sixth best player in South Carolina by The State Newspaper
after the 1999 season. Also a standout in track, he ranked second in the state
in the shot put as a senior.


NOTE: Later this evening Dan Scott will have more on this signee and the other JUCO LB Kelvin
Morris who is expected to sign tonight.

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