Kim played in his 9th game of the season last night, and pretty much continued his domination with 15 tackles, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble, 1 recovered fumble, and 6 hurries.
"My coaches all told me how well I played but I'm not happy about not making some big plays
that I felt could have helped us win the game." said DeLarge afterwards.
His stats on the season are: 123 tackles, 9 sacks,
13 forced fumbles, and 6 fumble recoveries.
"I have been playing with a partial separation in my shoulder for the past 6 weeks. I look forward to the end of the season for it to rest and heel. But I also hate the fact that the end of the season means the end of my high school career, but I'm looking forward to what's ahead for me at the college level." says DeLarge.
DeLarge is still listing Clemson as one of his top 3 schools, along with LSU, and Texas A&M. We will continue to keep you updated as we receive more information on this fine athlete.
Kim DeLarge Update
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