Brandon Maye still rooting for Clemson


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Pos: LB   Height: 6-2   Weight: 235   Hometown: Mobile, AL (Davidson HS)  
Years Played: 2007 - 2010

From Clarion-Ledger Q&A:

How many friends and teammates from Clemson do you keep up with on a daily basis?

They keep up with me, to be honest. They're texting me every Saturday. 'Good luck, B-Maye. We wish you were here to lead the D.' That's where they kill me: every time they do that. Taj (Boyd), Sammy WatkinsSammy Watkins
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, the true freshman, I helped host him on his visit. The whole defense of course and all the guys text me. I'm staying in contact with them and just wishing them the best of luck.

Watkins is very good, isn't he?

I knew he had a lot of speed coming into this thing but I didn't know he was going to be that good, that fast.

So, are you rooting for Clemson to win it all?

Oh, yeah, definitely. They're in position to do it. I root for my alma mater.

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