Croley Looking Forward to College Football Career


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Brandon Croley Defensive back First Coast High School (Jacksonville, Fla.) 6'0", 180 pounds. Clemson was stunned on National Signing Day when First Coast High wide receiver Mike McIntosh went back on his verbal commitment and signed with the University of Florida. Although McIntosh didn't want to be a Tiger, his teammate, defensive back Brandon Croley, wasn't going to pass up on the opportunity. "I really can't wait to get up to Clemson, learn the plays, and meet my new teammates," Croley said. "I am looking forward to getting out of Jacksonville and starting my college career."

Croley has remained busy since the high school football season ended. After averaging 12 points per contest on the school's basketball team, he has been following the workout book that Clemson sent him, and tries to run at least two miles every day. Having qualified academically, Croley hasn't been promised any amount of playing time, but said if he works hard enough, he could be on the field as a freshman. "Whether I play or get red-shirted depends on me and how I do when I come in," Croley said. "I am looking forward to the season because although we had a good season last year, I know we will be better this year. We lost two good receivers, but I was at the spring game and I know we have some other receivers who can step up." Defensive Back Scholarship Breakdown
Position
2004 2005
2006
2007
2008
ROV
 

-Jamaal Fudge -Tavaghn Monts*
 
-Maurice Nelson*  

FS

-Travis Pugh     -Roy Walker*  -Adrian Kindred -Michael Hamlin
CB
  -Justin Miller -Tye Hill*

-Sergio Gilliam

-C.J. Gaddis* -Robert Reese* -Brandon Croley -Chris Clemons
* - red-shirted Bio A Super 24 player in the state of Florida according to the Florida Times Union…played for Marty Lee in high school….hopes to follow in the footsteps of former Clemson All-American Brian Dawkins, a Jacksonville, FL native…had 60 tackles, two interceptions and a pair of punt returns for touchdowns as a senior…named All-Dixie Region by SuperPrep…All-Southeast Region by PrepStar for 2003…all-conference and district Defensive Player of the Year…team captain in 2003…four-year starter in high school on the gridiron…born Brandon Louis Croley on November 21, 1985. Updates on other Clemson signees


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