WR Bruce Gordon
5-11, 190, 4.45
Dodge City Community College
Dodge City, Kansas
As CUTigers.com reported several weeks ago, superstar receiver Bruce Gordon would be very interested in coming to Clemson to play with his former high school teammate Duane Coleman. Brad Scott and the Tigers were showing a great deal of interest in Gordon last summer, but the interest from Clemson has gone silent over the past few months.
"He's getting a bunch of offers. Clemson hasn't talked to him in a while. I have not heard from Clemson for hardly anything this year. He was very interested in Clemson, but since they haven't called he is moving on."
Gordon is receiving attention from several top programs. The former standout from Naples, Florida plans to visit Arizona State, South Carolina, Florida and Missouri.
The JUCO receiver had another impressive performance last weekend. Gordon had 4 catches for 102 yards. The speedster has played with an ankle injury for most of the season but is still leading the conference.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding receiver, right up through signing day 2004.
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