Brown dismissed from Clemson Team
Clemson, SC—Clemson freshman safety Desmond BrownDesmond Brown
RS Fr. Safety
#45 5-11, 185
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“Desmond Brown has been permanently dismissed from the Clemson football team for a violation of team rules,” said Swinney. “ He will remain in school through the end of the semester and then transfer to another institution.”
Brown came to Clemson from Cherokee Country High School in Centre, AL. He red-shirted the 2010 season, then played on special teams in each of Clemson’s nine games so far this year.
Signing Day Bio:
A 4-Star signee from Rivals.com...rated as the #24 safety in the nation and 12th best player in Alabama by Rivals.com...#66 safety in the nation and 14th best player in Alabama by Scout.com...#75 safety in the nation by ESPN.com...#10 player in Alabama by SuperPrep...#43 defensive back in nation by SuperPrep...named to All-Southeast Region team by Prep Stars...helped Cherokee County to state 4A Championship...had 536 yards rushing and 330 yards receiving to go with 11 touchdowns in 2009...ranked as 13th best player in Alabama by the Press-Register...honorable mention all-state...coached by Thomas Curry at Cherokee County High School...recruited by Charlie Harbison...chose Clemson over Arkansas, Mississippi State, and Tennessee.