OL Javarius Leamon Profile
Now, after playing a big part of Woodruff's run to the South Carolina 2A title game, Leamon's full attention is on getting grades and test score
right for Clemson.
"I'm just trying to finish it up strong," he told CUTigers.com.
The No. 30 offensive tackle in the class of 2012 keeps in regular touch
with Clemson wide receivers coach Jeff Scott, who serves as the
primary recruiter for Leamon.
"Coach Scott tells me to stay focused. I'm doing pretty good," Leamon
Whether or not he takes the prep route to a school like Hargrave or Fork
Union, Leamon still hopes that he's able to make it into Clemson by next
"I haven't sat down and thought of [his prep options]. I'm just trying to
get in and am working hard," he said.
The 6-foot-6, 260-pound senior offensive tackle missed the first three
Shrine Bowl practices of the week after waiting to see the results of an
MRI on his shoulder. It was originally reported that he was sitting
because of an illness.
Leamon is now working with fellow commitments Oliver Jones and Patrick
"It's just fun being with the other guys that are committed," Leamon said.
Academics in focus for Leamon
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