MLB Javion Duncan Profile
Woodmont High School rising sophomore Javion Duncan checks in at 5-11, 225 pounds. At the Dabo Swinney Football Camp last summer, he worked out with the linebackers.
"I thought it was a pretty good experience, learning the fundamentals, just being around the guys competing. That's what I liked about the camp," Duncan said.
Clemson is the first and only camp stop he's made, so far. He'll be back on the camp circuit this summer.
"I plan to go back to Clemson, probably Georgia Tech. I'm interested in Georgia Tech as well. I think those are the two I'm going to check out, maybe Duke as well," Duncan said.
He added, "I'm pretty excited about what I'm going to do this year.
South Carolina, Duke, Wake Forest, Princeton and Coastal Carolina have expressed early interest.
He hopes to hear more from Clemson, Georgia, North Carolina and Vanderbilt.
Duncan grew up pulling for a school in the SEC.
"I'm a Gator fan. My uncle played for Florida," he said.
His uncle, Monte Duncan, returned 46 punts for 300 yards and caught 15 passes for 173 yards during his two seasons [1991 and 1992] at Florida.
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