August 8, 2006
The Clemson coaching staff picked up some good news over the weekend when three-star rated defensive end Drew Traylor of Mountain Brook ended his recruiting, later making a call to Clemson wide receivers coach and recruiter Dabo Swinney.
Traylor phoned Swinney on Saturday to notify him of his intentions to sign a national letter of intent with the Tigers in February, but opted to go public today, following an opportunity to contact other college coaches and recruiters who had offered in the process.
"I actually came to this conclusion some time ago, I'd say," Traylor told Tigerillustrated.com in a Tuesday interview. "I wasn't really sure when I was going to do it, but I have been sure for a while now."
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