Mickey Plyler Interview: C.J. Barber

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Barber missed the final two games of the season with torn cartilage in his knee.

C.J. Barber

WR/DB/Special teams

Northwestern High School (Rock Hill, SC)

6'2", 215 lbs., 4.5

Selected to the 2003 Shrine Bowl

Over 400 yards receiving then missed the final two games of
the season with torn cartilage in his knee.


Clemson, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida (close to offering)

Visits w/ player comments:

Clemson - "Their town supports them real good. I think I would fit in real good in their program."

South Carolina - "I love Lou Holtz. He is just a good guy to be around. He is a good motivational speaker. A good guy."

Tennessee - "They just want to win up there, and I want to win too."

Georgia - "We have a former Northwestern player there - Ben Watson."

Any leaders?

"No sir."

What are you looking for in a school?

"I will look for what I am majoring in and if I will be able to play early or not."

Where do you want to play on the next level?

"I prefer to play defensive back but I will play wherever I can help the team."

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