Clemson University verbal commitment QB Will Proctor has now finished his season at Trinity Prep in Winter Park, Florida. His team finished the year with a 7-3 record and a birth in the Class A playoffs. The second half of the season proved to be a bit more difficult as several out of state private schools came in to face Trinity.
On the year through the air, Will finished with 79 completions on 118 attempts (66%) for 1123 yards (15.6 yards/completion) and 13 touchdowns (3 INTs).
On the ground, he recorded 74 rushes for 679 yards (9.1 yards/attempt) and 13 more scores.
Last week, it was erroneously reported that Proctor had a foot injury when in fact all he did was roll his ankle.
"The injury reported in the paper is not a foot injury it was simply a rolled ankle. The newspaper reported that without talking to
myself or the Proctors. He is fine and has begun basketball practice already," said Trinity Head coach Drew Nemec.
Proctor is currently ranked as the 12th best drop back passer in the country by recruiting expert Max Emfinger, and is firm in his commitment to Clemson.
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