Oliver Leaves Clemson Football Team


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Oliver was all-state as a senior.

Clemson, SC-Offensive lineman Grant Oliver has left the Clemson
football team for personal reasons. Oliver was a first-year
freshman who had come to Clemson on August 5th with the other Tiger
rookies.


"Grant Oliver has left our team for personal reasons. His
status with the team will be reevaluated in January," said head Coach
Tommy Bowden on Wednesday afternoon.


Oliver is a 6-5, 300-pound lineman from Lexington, SC who was
ranked as the #17 overall player in South Carolina by SuperPrep. He
was an all-state player as a senior, all-conference as a junior and
senior.


Grant Oliver Bio


Ranked as #17 player in South Carolina by SuperPrep...played defensive line most of his high school career, but could play on offensive line at Clemson...all-state as a senior, all-conference, all-area and all-district as a junior and senior...ranked as #49 player in Mid-Atlantic States by Tom Lemming...played his high school football for former Furman head coach Jimmy Satterfield...born 2-4-82....chose Clemson over South Carolina.

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