Clemson Makes Move On Highly Regarded Runing Back


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Height: 5-11   Weight: 192   Hometown: Alexandria, LA (Alexandria HS)   Class: 2006

Chris Brown was very close to verbally committing to Oklahoma. Clemson running backs coach Burton Burns made a trip to Alexandria, Louisiana to gauge the Brown's interest in the Tigers.

Brown and Burns hit it off extremely well. Burns was able to convince Brown set an official visit with Clemson on January 13th. A factor that helps Clemson is Brown's high school coach is good friends with Clemson offensive coordinator Rob Spence.

Oklahoma and Arkansas lead with Brown, but Clemson is becoming a factor. If Brown follows through on his visit, which we believe he will, the Tigers could become a major factor.

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