DB Bryant McLaughlin
6-2, 190, 4.49
Marlboro County High School
Marlboro County, South Carolina
The 6-1, 180 pound prospect traveled to Atlanta this weekend to attend the Nike camp. "I went to the Nike camp on Saturday. It felt good. I was the only one with an interception in the one-on-one drills. It was hot out there. I ran a 4.61 forty. I benched 185 10 times. My vertical was like 30."
Nobody has pulled the trigger on an offer yet for the talented athlete but the Nike camp performance could change that quickly. "I don't have any offers at the moment. South Carolina and Clemson are showing the most interest thought."
When asked if he has any early favorites, McLaughlin responded, " No sir. Anybody that's recruiting me has a chance."
The Tigers will get their change to impress the Marlboro County star when he camps there this summer. "I'm definitely going to Clemson this summer for a couple of camps. I might go to the South Carolina camp as well."
McLaughlin is working hard to prepare for his senior season. "I'm lifting weights and just working on the little things. I'm getting ready for football. I'm working on my conditioning."
What will be the most important factors as McLaughlin makes his decision about where to attend college? "If I like the team that's all. If I like the team I'll go no matter where they are. If they are in California I'll go."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding athlete from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2005.
Marlboro County DB Awaiting Offers
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