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'11 TX ILB Grant Clifton (Signedl to Navy)

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  1. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Katy H.S. (Katy, TX)

    Ht: 6-foot-0
    Wt: 225 lbs
    40: 4.6 secs

    Rivals rating: 2*-5.3rr; unranked ILB
    Scout rating: 2*; #73 MLB
    ESPN rating: 3*-75 grade; #105 OLB

    Reported Offers: Navy, North Texas, Tulane
     
  2. Darth Snow

    Darth Snow Hawaiian Buffalo Club Member Junta Member

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    DO NOT LIKE HIS UNIFORM AT ALL.

    For some reason, I don't think I will ever start liking red.
     
  3. LongHaulBuff

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    Almost looks like mix of nubs and KSU
     
  4. BuffLuKe

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    One of the elite programs in Texas, hate the unis but he can play and is coached pretty damn well.
     
  5. AlferdJasper

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    Committed to Navy
    http://colorado.scout.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=4802625

    Katy Times News:
    Katy’s all-time leading tackler Grant Clifton verbally committed on Christmas Eve to play football for Navy.

    The 230-pound senior linebacker said he made his commitment to the Midshipmen on Christmas Eve, and he’s pleased to be involved with a national program.


    “I didn’t really plan to commit on the 24th, but I had been thinking about it. And I did it as a present to my grandparents,” the Tiger senior said. “The Navy is a respected program, and it’s what they represent that I like. It was an obvious choice for me to go with Navy. Their education is second to none, and their football program is really good. It seems like the right place for me and my future.”​
     

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