Brandon Clear Discusses Transfer From Clemson

The Fighting Illini football team will benefit from a tall, athletic receiver who has transferred from Clemson and will be eligible this fall. Brandon Clear has entered a graduate program and has one year of eligibility remaining. He talks about his decision in this interview.
June 21, 2011

Clear has to Earn His Stripes

CLEMSON - At some point or another, in all phases and walks of life, everyone has to prove themselves. For some of us that might come two or three times during our life time.
February 19, 2008

Freshman Fan Day Notebook

CLEMSON - CUTigers.com checks in with some of the top freshmen in the 2007 class, including Miguel Chavis, Jarvis Jenkins, Xavier Dye and Brandon Clear to get their thoughts on the upcoming season and the possibility of early playing time.
August 12, 2007

Card Climbing Back with the Clears?

On paper, the move to a new head coach after Stanford's 1-11 season should breathe new life into recruitments that suffered in parallel this past fall. Quite the opposite played out with the heralded twins Brandon and Byron Clear in Hoover (Ala.). Stanford fell off a cliff, and now new head coach Jim Harbaugh is trying to climb back into the race. An in-home visit this week was a big first step...
January 18, 2007

U.S. Army All American Will Visit Clemson

The Clemson Tigers offered a U.S. Army All American receiver earlier today. CUTigers.com has all the details in this recruiting update.
January 18, 2007

ScoutTV: East Passing Game One-On-One

The wide receiver / defensive back one-on-one drills are some of the most interesting battles to watch on the practice field. It is great to see what defensive backs have the skills to lock down some of the countries fastest and most physical receivers. In this exclusive practice video Scout.com brings you a look at some of the most talented skill players going head to head.
January 2, 2007

It's Clear In Alamo City

Hoover (Ala.) receiver Brandon Clear has four schools he plans to visit and one that could get a trip from him. Scout.com caught up with Clear upon his arrival in San Antonio for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
December 31, 2006