SC ATH Back from Clemson

Brookland-Cayce standout Corleon Brown attended the camp at Clemson last week. An injury hampered his workouts, but he enjoyed the visit to Tiger Town. CUTigers.com caught up with the star defender and we've got the latest on his camp and his injury in this report.

DB Corleon Brown
5-11, 170, 4.45
Brookland Cayce High School
Cayce, South Carolina

The 5-foot-11, 175-pound prospect traveled to Clemson last week for one of the Tigers' summer camps. "I went up there last week," said Brown. "It was good. I pulled a muscle in my quad so I didn't get to do exactly what I wanted but I enjoyed talking with the coaches. They were real nice."

The Clemson coaching staff wanted Brown to take it easy after the injury but he wanted to show what he has. "They said to ice it down. It's looking better now. I went ahead and worked out some even though I was hurt."

So what did he enjoy the most about his visit to Tiger Town? "I liked the attitudes of everyone. I liked the hospitality. Everyone was real nice," said Brown.

The South Carolina standout does not have any offers but expect that to change over the next few months. "I'm still waiting on my first offer. Georgia, North Carolina State, Clemson, South Carolina, and Georgia Southern are all showing me interest."

When asked if he has any favorites at this time, Brown responded, "No sir, not right now."

The summer camp tour may be impacted by his rehab. "I was going to go to the Carolina camp but I'm still going to the doctor for my quad," stated Brown.

The talented defensive back will be working hard to rehab his injury over the summer so he is ready when the Bearcats take the field in the fall. "I'm trying to get this back right so I can perform during the season. I didn't tear anything so it will probably just take another week or two. I just need to come back a little bit slow," added the rising senior.

Brown also camped with his teammate Cedric Gordon last week. "Cedric came up there with me," stated Brown. "I think he had a pretty good time too."

Do the two Brookland-Cayce stars discuss playing together on the collegiate level? "It's a possibility. We joke around about it. If we play together it would be good, but if not I wish him the best of luck."

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive back from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2005.

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