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McElroy shows well at Texas Camp

McElroy shows well at Texas Camp

One of many top 2011 prospects at the Longhorns second mini-camp was Clear Creek receiver C.J. McElroy. The 5-10, 170-pound speedster says the experience was a good one. Burnt Orange Beat spoke with the talented receiver to find out his thoughts on the experience.

Clear Creek 2011 receiver/kick returner went to Austin to make mark at the Longhorns second mini-camp on June 14. The darting pass catcher with a combination of burst and quickness faired well against some big time competition earning praise from members of the Texas staff. McElroy says the entire day was exciting. "I went up Saturday, spent the night and attended the camp on Sunday," said McElroy...

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