Arguably the top high school football recruit in the state of Tennessee, Memphis tight end Cameron Clear, made an interesting accusation against members of the Alabama sports media today.
(Audio of Clear’s comments below)
While appearing on Tony Basilio’s WVLZ radio show in Knoxville, Clear said Alabama-based college football recruiting reporters deliberately distorted his comments during [.
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