Harper Eyeing NFL

Harper Eyeing NFL


Harper Eyeing NFL


TheClemsonInsider.com confirmed Friday night that junior running back Jamie Harper has decided to enter the 2011 NFL draft.

Jamie has not yet met with coach Swinney to discuss his decision.  Coach Swinney is scheduled to meet with Jamie on Tuesday to discuss the situation.   Until coach Swinney discusses the decision with Jamie we do not believe the decision will be final.

No announcement is expected from Clemson until Dabo and Jamie meet on Tuesday.

In 2010 Jamie carried the ball 197 times for 769 yards and seven touchdowns.  Jamie also had 320 yards receiving in 2010.  For his career Jamie has 311 carries for 1311 yards and 12 touchdowns. 

When Jamie announced his decision to attend Clemson, he said at that time that he only planned to be a Tiger for three years.  Over the past three years most have assumed that Jamie would be back for his senior year after splitting time with C. J. Spiller and Andre Ellington over the first three years at Clemson.



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