Leamon Pumped about Tigers

Leamon Pumped about Tigers


Leamon Pumped about Tigers


Clemson verbal commitment Javarius Leamon is having an outstanding senior year as Woodruff finished the regular season undefeated.

“The season is going great.  We are undefeated.  The playoffs start this week and we have a first round bye.  Next week we play the winner of Newberry and Palmetto,” said Leamon.

Coach Caldwell keeps in touch with his future lineman.

“We talk about the same old stuff.  They talk to me about getting me to come up for a visit.  They ask how my schoolwork is going.  Coach Caldwell is always telling jokes, but once we start playing he will make sure we are doing what he expects” said Leamon.

Javarius watched the Tigers battle Georgia Tech Saturday night on television.

“I watched the game.  It was a tough one but they will bounce back,” said Leamon.

The future Clemson offensive lineman will be back in Death Valley next week when Clemson tries to win the Atlantic division against Wake Forest.

“I will be there.  My mom and brother will probably come with me,” said Leamon.

Javarius believes the future is really bright for the Clemson football program.

“I am really pumped.  Everybody is so young on the team.  Then they have us coming in and we can just build on what they have going,” said Leamon.



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