Height: 6'9"
Weight: 235
Year: Junior
Hometown: Perry, Ga.
High School: Perry
Experience: High School


Career Bio and Statistics

• Spring 2018 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll
• Fall 2017 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll
• Spring 2017 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll
• Currently majoring in speech communications

Played in 17 games while averaging 2.8 minutes per contest . . . Grabbed nine rebounds, blocked a pair of shots and dished out three assists.

Finished with four points in exhibition debut against Lees-McRae . . . Recorded a rebound in three-straight games early in the season (Rice, Ole Miss, Eastern Washington) . . . Blocked a pair of shots in final minute against Point . . . Grabbed a rebound in the final minute of the Sun Belt Championship opener against Troy.

Played in nearly every game before an injury derailed his season early in conference play . . . Played five minutes in season opener against Thomas . . . Grabbed first career rebound at No. 15 Purdue . . . Finished with a rebound and blocked shot in two minutes at Mississippi State . . . Recorded a career-game with five points and three rebounds in just 12 minutes against Georgia Southwestern.

Coming out of high school was ranked as one of the top 30 players in Georgia and among the best big men . . . Listed as a composite 3-star by 247Sports and the No. 14 player in the state.

As a senior earned all county and all-region honors after averaging nine points, eight rebounds, four blocked shots and two steals per game . . . Led Perry High School to the state playoffs for a fourth consecutive year.

During his junior year, averaged 6.6 points and 4.4 rebounds per game, leading the team to a 19-8 record and the 4-AAAA state playoffs after winning a region championship . . . Earned all-county honors . . . Recorded a career-best game with 22 points, 11 rebounds and five blocked shots against Veterans.

As a sophomore, averaged five points and six rebounds per game, earning the school’s Mr. Defense Award for the second straight year . . . Led Perry to a region championship and the state playoffs.

During his freshman year, helped school to a Sweet 16 appearance in the state playoffs along with a region championship  . . . Averaged five points and five rebounds per game as a freshman. Played AAU for the Atlanta Express . . . Team was ranked in the nation all four years he was in high school and finished second in the Fab 48.

Full name is Christopher Clerkley . . . Born on Aug. 17, 1997, in Perry, Ga. . . . Son of Pamela Bramlett and Jason Clerkley . . . Has a total of six brothers and sisters. 

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