Among the contingent of second session campers from Daniel was Solomon Brown.
"It was great. We had a lot of teaching time. In any other camp I went to, we didn't have that much teaching time. That was a real good thing about it," Brown recently told CUTigers. "Coach [Brent] Venables really seemed like a cool guy. I liked him."
This summer, he also camped at Maryland and South Carolina. Brown broke down those other two camp stops.
Maryland: It was good. I liked that they tested in 40's, flexibility and vertical, all that stuff. I had a 32-inch vertical. In the shuttle I had a 4.4.
South Carolina: They tested us. They did a 40-time…broad jump. We only did everything one-time. That wasn't really a positive to it. Then, we did a little 7-on-7 and some practice. It was kind of short, compared to other camps.
Brown has yet to receive any interest from schools. He hopes that picks up once his sophomore highlights are sent out.
"I would like to hear from Clemson. I think Florida would be a cool school to go to. Anyone would be fine with me," Brown said.
As a sophomore, he recorded 71 tackles and 10 sacks.
At school recently, Brown ran a 4.65 in the 40-yard dash.
Daniel LB enjoys Clemson camp
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