LB Alex Pearson
6-2, 245, 4.75
Greenville High School
Greenville, South Carolina
Clemson coaches Tommy Bowden, David Blackwell and Ron West were in attendance to see Greenville High win their playoff game on November 14. The staff was there to see superstar lineman Cory Lambert and standout linebacker Alex Pearson.
The 6-2, 245 pound prospect traveled to Williams-Brice with his family and the Lamberts to watch the Tigers whip the Gamecocks. "It was complete and utter domination. I had a great time. I went with my family and Cory's. The families don't know each other very well but they are growing closer."
Pearson continues to anxiously await an offer from the Tigers. "I don't have an offer right now. I missed Coach Blackwell's call last week. I'm sure he'll call sometime this week." Kentucky has already offered the star linebacker and Tennessee is also showing significant interest.
Although the star linebacker grew up a huge Clemson fan he says he will not commit on the spot if the offer comes from the Tigers. "No, I think I would think about it for a while," stated the talented prospect.
Pearson has plenty of time to concentrate on recruiting now that his senior season is over. Greenville High lost a heart breaker to Greer last weekend. "We had a field goal that was good but the refs called it no good. I saw the replay and it looked like it went in."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding linebacker from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2004.
"Complete and Utter Domination"
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