Kindred Eager to Report to Clemson


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Adrian Kindred Defensive back Opelika High School 6'2", 198 pounds His summer has just begun, but Adrian Kindred is already thinking about the fall. Having qualified academically, the Clemson signee is more than ready for his college career to begin. "I am real excited," Kindred said. "I will report on June 30, but I am ready to leave now. I am not sure if I will take a summer class yet, but the sooner I get there, the better."

Since the high school football season ended, Kindred has been keeping in shape by playing basketball, lifting weights, and running. Kindred was a big part of Opelika's run to the state basketball semi-finals, averaging 15 points, six rebounds, and two assists per contest. All of that is behind him now, however, and Kindred's main focus is helping Clemson build on its strong finish last season.
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"I think we will have a real good team," Kindred said. "The coaches haven't said anything to me about playing time. But they haven't said anything about me red-shirting either, so I know there is still the chance I will play." Defensive Back Scholarship Breakdown
Position
2004 2005
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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 Named to the All-Dixie team by SuperPrep…ranked as 25th best player in Alabama by SuperPrep… all-state, all-region and all-area as a senior…two-time defensive player of the week…team captain for 2003…fourth leading tackler on the team with 65, he also had two interceptions…took his high school team to consecutive 12-1 seasons as a junior and senior, they finished in semifinals of state each year…also outstanding basketball player who averages 14 points per game on the hardwood…played his high school football at Opelika High for Spence McCracken… along with others in this class, first Clemson signee from Alabama since 1989 (Steve Derriso)…born Adrian J, Kindred on New Year’s Day, 1986…. chose Clemson over Southern Mississippi and Louisville. Updates on other Clemson signees

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