April 26, 2007
Planting the seed
ATHENS, (Ga.) - Going on almost a year of being committed to Clemson, Marquan Jones has now directed his focus into helping lure other talent to his future home. Who is the standout athlete been talking to as of late?
What did the 6-foot, 170-pound wide receiver think of his performance last Saturday at the Nike Camp on the campus of the University of Georgia?
The Blythewood native shares his thoughts on his latest visit to Clemson, when he was in attendance for the Spring Game.
His former prep coach Jeff Scott, son of Clemson offensive line coach Brad Scott, left to take the offensive coordinator job at Presbyterian College under new head coach Bobby Bentley, the long-time, highly-successful coach at Duncan - James F. Byrnes High School.
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