Clemson Receives Paperwork for JUCO Football Signees

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CLEMSON -- Clemson has received the proper paperwork from the following
junior college signees, and they can now be officially added to the signee list. Clemson had
26 signees for 2002 including these three additions.

Brandon Jamison

LB * 6-2 * 215 * Hopkins, SC

SW Mississippi Community College

40 time: 4.36

All-State at Lower Richland in 1999... one of the most sought-after
linebacker recruits in the state of South Carolina in 1999... shot
put state champion throwing 62 feet while only weighing 190 pounds at
the time, showing his incredible strength... long jump state champion
in high school... tremendous player with great speed recording 39
solo tackles and nine assisted tackles before being forced to sit out
the remainder of the season with a broken collarbone... also had four
sacks and caused two fumbles... last year, his first full JUCO
season, he recorded 101 tackles (six tackles for loss)... four-star
prospect three-star prospect #19
prospect The Clarion-Ledger... #16 prospect in his JUCO conference...
#60 prospect attended same junior college as fellow
Tiger signee Kelvin Morris... played high school football for Coach
David Moore, and JUCO football for coach Dom GreenŠchose Clemson over
South Carolina

Vontrell Jamison

DL * 6-8 * 260 * Holy Hill, SC

Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College

40 time: 4.8

Former football and basketball star at Holy Hill Roberts high
school... originally signed to play basketball out of high school...
will have three years of eligibility to play football at Clemson...
recorded 40 solos tackles and 12 assists... had four sacks, one
resulting in a five-yard loss... one caused fumble... two-star
prospect cousin of former Clemson basketball star
Harold Jamison and Tiger football star Adrian Dingle... played high
school football for Coach Willie ThomasŠchose Clemson over South
Carolina and Mississippi.

Kelvin Morris

LB * 6-4 * 220 * Timmonsville, SC

SW Mississippi Community College

40 time: 4.52

All-state linebacker in 1999... originally committed to Clemson
during the 1999 season...

.. played quarterback, free safety and kicker in high school...
kicked the game-winning field goal to win the state championship...
both his football and basketball jerseys have been retired at
Timmonsville High School... All-American and All-State selections in
high school... spent last two years playing linebacker at SW
Mississippi Community College... averaged 33.6 yards on kickoff
returns... longest return of the season was 64 yards... recorded 71
tackles with 35 assisted tackles... had nine sacks and caused five
fumbles, and an incredible 20 tackles for loss... earned Defensive
Player of the Year honors for is JUCO conference... #1 prospect The
Clarion-Ledger Top-25 JUCO prospects ... a Junior College
All-American and SuperPrep #7 JUCO prospect... #4 prospect Top 101 ... five-star prospect

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