Tigers Land 10th Football Commitment


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CLEMSON -- Free safety C.J. Woodard from Northern Vance High School in Henderson, N.C.,
announced his intentions to play for the Tigers next fall. The 6-foot,
180-pound Woodard already has academically qualified, according to his high
school coach, Randy Long.


"He's a good, all-around kid," Long said Thursday evening. "He comes from a
great family. But on the football field he's a tenacious hitter. He's really
nasty out there. When he steps on the field, it seems like our team intensity
goes way up."


Woodard, an All-Conference performer both on the field and in the classroom
(3.4 GPA), chose Clemson over Stanford, Wake Forest, North Carolina and N.C.
State.


"He always liked Clemson, and when he visited there in the summer it helped
make his decision," Long said. "He was really comfortable with coach (Mike)
O'Cain, who recruited him, and Clemson's where he wanted to go."


Reported 2002 Football Commitments


1 LB Cory Groover 6-3 235 Hannah-Pamplico HS

2 LB Brandon Jamison 6-2 220 SW Miss JUCO

3 LB Kelvin Morris 6-3 225 SW Miss JUCO

4 DL Randy Jackson 6-4 275 GA Military JUCO

5 QB Will Proctor 6-3 190 Winter Park, FL

6 LB Anthony Walters 6-3 205 Lake View, SC

7 DE Irvin Brisker 6-7 240 Conyers, GA

8 OL Josh Brock 6-3 280 Cartersville, GA

9 ATH Gerald McCloud 6-3 185 Jacksonville, FL

10 DB C.J. Woodard 6-0 180 Henderson, NC

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