CB Bryan McClendon 6-1 180 4.3 Atlanta, GA (Mays)
Bryan McClendon is a four-year varsity starter that broke his leg and missed most of the season as a junior. That hasn't stopped colleges from recruiting this speedy cover cornerback.
"I play both cornerback and wide receiver." Bryan McClendon said. "My favorite position is on the field. I don't care if its cornerback, wide receiver, special teams or whatever. I just want to be on the field."
So far in 2001, McClendon has 24 catches for 678 yards and seven touchdowns. On defense, Bryan has 30 solo tackles and four interceptions.
McClendon talks about his short list.
"I'm looking at Notre Dame, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Arkansas, Virginia and Tennessee. I'm going to visit Notre Dame on December 7th and Auburn on November 16th. These are the only two visits I have set right now.
I'm going to visit Arkansas for sure. Batman (Ahmad Carroll) is one of my best friends. We played pee wee football together in Atlanta. We grew up together. I don't have a leader right now."
McClendon carries a 3.62 GPA in the classroom and he scored 980 on his SAT.
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