Top NC Junior Enjoys Clemson Visit

With just a few positions left in the 2007 class the Clemson staff is already working hard on next year's recruiting class. has the latest on one of North Carolina's top junior prospects who visited Death Valley for the first time Saturday.

TE Demery Brewer Profile

Lincolnton (N.C.) standout tight end Demery Berwer traveled to Clemson last Saturday to see what the game day experience is like in Death Valley.

"I liked it. It was a great visit. It was my first trip to Clemson. I went with my coach and two of my teammates," Brewer told in a recent interview. "I got to talk with coach Napier. He said he had been hearing good things about me and C.J. Wilson. He showed us the locker room."

The talented athlete played both ways for Lincolnton this year.

"I played tight end and they moved me around a lot on defense. I started at linebacker. Then they also moved me to defensive end and then to free safety. I am not sure yet what position the teams will recruit me for. I would prefer to play offense," he said.

The North Carolina standout has the speed to excel at several positions.

"The last time I ran the 40 I ran a 4.5," stated Brewer.

The Tigers are showing some interest in Brewer and strong interest in his teammate, running back C.J. Wilson.

"I am getting mail from North Carolina, Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, North Carolina State, Auburn, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee and Stanford," Brewer said.

When asked who his early favorites are, Brewer responded, "My top three schools right now would be Carolina, Wake Forest and Georgia Tech. If Clemson shows more interest they will be one of my favorites." Top Stories