Former Clemson free safety C.J. Gaddis has left the Tigers for the professional ranks, but the Philadelphia Eagles rookie admits that his thoughts are never far from Clemson.
August 19, 2007
The Eagles finished up their 2007 Draft without getting a safety. They did add a couple of cornerbacks and some interesting pieces for their offense.
Former Clemson defensive back talks about his move to the National Football League. "I'm already right behind Brian Dawkins. I was told I'm going to be right behind him," Gaddis told CUTigers.com just moments after being drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fifth round.
Former Clemson DB C.J. Gaddis is expected to be taken in the 2007 NFL Draft this weekend.
Clemson red-shirt junior cornerback C.J. Gaddis has
decided to forego his senior season of eligibility and enter the NFL
draft. Gaddis informed Clemson coaches of his final decision on
January 10, 2007
Last year at this time, linebacker Anthony Waters and defensive end Gaines Adams were seriously debating
whether or not they were about to play their last game
as a Clemson Tiger with the NFL Draft looming in
December 19, 2006