Page Talks Surgery; Post Signing Day

Clemson signee Kenneth Page was supposed to have surgery on his injured shoulder this month. Did he go through with it? What's the latest on one of Clemson's top signees from the Palmetto State? Read on to find out.

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A.C. Flora (S.C.) standout Kenneth Page will have arthroscopic surgery in just a few weeks to fix a problem with his labrum that causes his shoulder to dislocate on contact.

"I am not having it till March 4," Page told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "It is all scheduled. I feel real good about it. I am ready to get it out of the way."

The Under Armour All American said he should be back to 100 percent fairly quickly.

"It won't take long at all. After about a week I will start rehabbing. In about two or three months I will be back to 100 percent," said Page.

Now that signing day is in the rearview mirror the A.C. Flora standout can relax.

"It is very peaceful now," said Page. "I talk with coach Scott a lot. We keep in contact. We talk about a lot of stuff. A lot of it is not about football."

Two of his future teammates also keep in close touch with the three-star standout.

"I talk to Dalton Freeman and Antoine McClain a lot. Antoine and I got real close during the recruiting process. We met at a camp a couple of years ago. We also got to see each other a lot during the Under Armour week," said Page.

According to Page, the Under Armour All American game is now the place the top players in the country will want to attend in the next few years.

"I agree on that. It was a great game. I had a great time. It was one of the best experiences I have had. They treat your family well. Most of my family came down on Thursday or Friday and they had a great time," said Page.

Page added he simply can't wait to get up to Clemson.

"I will be there for the second summer session. It will be in early July," he said. "I can't wait."

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