CU Finishing Strong: GA 5A Player of Year Commits


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CLEMSON -- Clemson continues to finish strong in recruiting with the commitment of Georgia 5A Player of the year Warner Robins, GA quarterback Chansi Stuckey according to mickeyplyler.com. The 6-foot 170-pound Stuckey had an excellent senior season in which he passed for 1286 yards and 13 scores while also rushing for 1008 yards and 10 touchdowns. Stuckey also led Northside to its first ever state title game. In that game Stuckey rushed 16 times for 135 yards and one touchdown in a 12-7 losing effort to defending state Class 5A champion Lilburn Parkview who was ranked as the No. 4 high school team in the country according to some lists.

  QB Chansi Stuckey from the GA-Fl All-star Game.
“His quickness is what sets him apart,” said recruiting analyst Mickey Plyler. “He has a tremendous ability to change directions. The biggest compliment you can give Chansi Stuckey is he had offers from FL, TN, FSU, AU, GA, GT, USC, CL, AL, LSU, MIA, and others. I don’t know of any coach that saw him that didn’t like him.” Stuckey chose the Tigers over Tennessee and Georgia Tech all of which he visited. Stuckey also excelled playing AAU basketball with the Middle Georgia Mustangs and has said before he wouldn’t mind playing both basketball and football in college. Clemson assistant Rodney Allison recruited Stuckey for the Tigers.
 Chansi Stuckey Career Stats
 
 RUSHING                        
  	ATT	YDS	AVG	TDs     	
 1998	6	75	12.5	1       	
 1999	88	694	7.9	12      	
 2000	106	666	6.3	12           	
 2001	131	1008	7.7	10         	
 Totals	331	2443	7.4	35           	
 
 PASSING
 ATT	COMP	INT	PCT	YARDS	TDs	QB RATING
 2	2	0	100%	34	0	242.8
 95	48	5	51%	869	10	151.6
 108	56	1	52%	922	11	155.3
 141	62	8	44%	1108	13	129.1
 346	168	14	49%	2933	34	144.1
2002 Football Commitments 1 DL Cory Groover 6-3 235 Hannah-Pamplico 2 LB Brandon Jamison 6-2 220 SW Miss JUCO 3 LB Kelvin Morris 6-3 225 SW Miss JUCO 4 QB Will Proctor 6-3 190 Winter Park, FL 5 LB Anthony Waters 6-3 205 Lake View, SC 6 DE Irvin Brisker 6-7 240 Conyers, GA 7 ATH Gerald McCloud 6-3 185 Jacksonville, FL 8 WR Ty Zimmerman 6-4 195 Fork Union Prep, VA 9 OL Roman Fry 6-4 255 Ironton, OH 10 P/PK Cole Cason 6-0 165 Roswell, GA 11 OL Tim Debeer 6-6 270 Atlanta, GA 12 RB Reggie Merriweather 5-10 190 North Augusta 13 DB Larry Williams 5-11 175 Tallahassee, FL 14 DB Jeff Francoeur 6-4 195 Lilburn, GA 15 OL Dustin Fry 6-2 295 Summerville 16 OL Brad Lee 6-4 265 Hephzibah GA 17 DB Chris Carter 5-11 174 Kannapolis NC 18 DL Brandon Cannon 6-4 250 Stone Mou. GA 19 DL Vontrell Jamison 6-8, 260 Holly Hill SC 20 LB Donnell Clark 6-2, 245 Griffin GA 21 DE Gaines Adams 6-6, 235 Fork Union Prep, VA 22 WR Kelvin Grant 6-2 200 Camden, SC
23 QB Chansi Stuckey 6-0 170 Warner Robins, GA

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