Tigers Add Three Football Commitments
CLEMSON — Clemson University received yet another football committment Friday
when defensive end Irvin Brisker of Conyers, Ga., announced his intention to
play for the Tigers.
Brisker's father, Irvin Sr., confirmed his son's committment Friday. The
younger Brisker was away from home and unavailable for comment. Messages left
with his coach at Rockledge High School, Matt Fligg, were not returned.
Brisker, a 6-foot-7, 240-pound defensive end, is the third player to commit
to Clemson this week after attending Tommy Bowden's annual football camp. He
joins quarterback Will Proctor from Winter Park, Fla., and linebacker Anthony
Walters from Lake View.
Proctor (6-3, 190) threw for over 1,900 yards and ran for more than 1,500
last year as a junior at Winter Park's Trinity Prep School. He was also being
recruited by Michigan, Notre Dame and Florida.
Walters (6-3, 205), who played in just five games a year ago due to a broken
foot, is healthy again. Timed at 4.5 second in the 40-yard dash, Walters
impressed Clemson coaches with his speed, agility and ability to cover
running backs in passing situations.
Other Clemson committments so far this year include linebackers Brandon
Jamison and Kelvin Morris from Southwest Mississippi Junior College,
defensive lineman Randy Jackson from Georgia Military Academy, and defensive
end/linebacker Cory Groover from Hanna-Pamplico.