Prime Time ready to take care of business

Prime Time ready to take care of business


Prime Time ready to take care of business


Future Clemson defensive back Adrian Baker is working hard to be ready to compete when he arrives on campus in two months.

“I am working out hard and getting ready to come up to Clemson.  I am getting ready mentally and physically,” said Baker.

Prime Time has put on some weight over the past few months.

“I am pushing 170 now.  I have gained some weight.  I am getting stronger so I am ready,” said Baker.

What is Adrian hearing from the Clemson staff?

“I have been talking with coach Reed, coach Venables and coach Swinney.  They just keep me updated on the program.  We don’t just talk about football.  Since Clemson is a special place they care about me as a person, not just a player.  They want me to be ready to come in and push for playing time,” replied Baker.

In just two months Adrian will be enrolling at Clemson for summer school.

“I am coming up to enroll in June.  I know I will be rooming with Jayron Kearse and Tyshon Dye.  I am not sure who the other one will be,” said Baker.

Adrian knows it will be hard to leave home, but can’t wait to get to Clemson and compete for playing time.

“I am excited to come up there and do my thing.  At the same time it will be hard to leave home, but I need to go take care of business,” said Baker.

How does Adrian’s family feel about his move to Clemson?

“They are ready to see me go to the next level, but they are also going to miss me.  I need to go take care of business so I can take care of my family,” said Baker.



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