They didn't require my assistance. Plus, when it was real life, I was one of the coaches who helped call those plays the first time around. Go talk to Ray Ray about it. Swinney was the wide receivers coach under Tommy Bowden from 2005 to 2007. "Ray" McElrathbey played for the Tigers from 2005 to 2007. He was a second-team All-American in 2006 after catching 55 passes for 901 yards and 10 touchdowns.
The only thing I can think of is that when they were trying to cut down the roster before training camp, maybe they just wanted to give everyone a chance to make the team. That would explain why they didn't need me to help cut players - they had done that already.
I believe it was 4 years. But really, I don't know because we didn't have much contact with anyone other than coaches during those times.
I know he came back as a graduate assistant in 2009 before becoming the fulltime wide receivers coach in 2010. So basically, he was at Clemson for 3 years before getting his first shot as a coordinator.
I'm sure someone at Clemson will know more about how long he was there before becoming a coordinator.
Ray Ray, CLEMSON Ray McElrathbey has graduated from Clemson football, according to a teammate, since the Tigers' coaching staff opted not to renew his scholarship for the 2008–09 academic year. McElrathbey informed Tigers senior tailback James Davis that he didn't have a choice. "They were going to drop me unless I went through summer school and kept my grades up," said McElrathbey, a junior from Stone Mountain, Ga.. The 6-foot-1, 205-pounder started eight games last season after missing most of 2007 with a knee injury. He finished with 514 yards and four touchdowns.
Clemson coach Tommy Bowden announced on April 30, 2008, that three players would be dropped from the team if they failed to meet certain criteria during the fall semester. McElrathbey met one of the criteria by failing to maintain a 2.0 GPA.
"We wanted to make sure we gave him every opportunity to keep his scholarship," Bowden said at the time. "If he doesn't do well in school, we'll have to go ahead and drop him."
McElrathbey was considered one of the top running backs in the country before he got hurt. He returned this past season after sitting out 2007 because of NCAA transfer rules. He finished with 474 yards and five touchdowns. Clemson lost all 10 games in which he appeared in 2008.
To address the first question, Ray Ray McElrathbey did not play in the National Football League. McElrathbey was recruited as a safety by Clemson. (Thus the title of the film.) During his redshirt freshman season in 2006, he largely played special teams until being moved to running back. In 2007, he started several games at that position before suffering a knee injury that required surgery and forced him to miss the rest of the season.
McElrathbey returned for 2008 but was dismissed from the team after his second arrest. He finished his college career with 1,071 yards and eight touchdowns on 186 carries.
After graduating from Clemson in 2008, McElrathbey decided to pursue a professional football career. He signed with the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent but was released during training camp. After spending the 2009 season out of football, he announced his retirement in 2010 to focus on recovering from his injuries and getting his life together.
McElrathbey then went into real estate investment management with partners in South Carolina. In 2014, he filed a lawsuit against former coach Danny Ford and the school alleging discrimination based on his mental illness. The case is pending.
McElrathbey has been arrested twice for possession of marijuana and once for driving with a suspended license.
He played one season for the Clemson Tigers before being drafted by the New York Jets in the seventh round of the 1987 NFL Draft. He played only one game for the Jets before being released. Afterwards, he went on to have a successful career in the CFL and Arena Football League.
As for where he played in the CFL, that information can be found at Ray Ray's bio on the Saints website. It states that he played for the Saints from 1992 to 1995. In addition, it is known that he also played for the Calgary Stampeders, Edmonton Eskimos, and Winnipeg Blue Bombers during those years.
Finally, we know that he played in the AFL because an article that was written after his death mentions that he had been playing for the Iowa Barnstormers when he died. The Barnstormers are an arena football team based in Des Moines, Iowa.
In conclusion, Ray Ray McElrathbey played in the CFL and the AFL.
Ray Allen has played for four different teams. The Minnesota Timberwolves were the club who picked him, although he never played for them. He has previously played for the Milwaukee Bucks, Seattle SuperSonics, and Boston Celtics. His career averages are 20.4 points, 3.0 rebounds, and 3.6 assists per game.
Allen was born on January 4th, 1976 in Washington D.C. He is an American basketball player who plays point guard for the NBA's Boston Celtics. The Celtics selected him with the 37th pick in the 1997 NBA Draft. He has since become one of basketball's top three-point shooters along with Stephen Curry and Danny Green.
Before becoming a professional basketball player, Allen attended James Madison University where he played college basketball for the Dukes. As a junior, he averaged 26.5 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 4.5 assists per game which led to his being named second team All-America by The Sporting News. After graduating from JMU with a bachelor's degree in marketing, he entered the 1997 NBA Draft where he was chosen by the Minnesota Timberwolves with whom he had no contact before or after the draft.
In his only season with the Timberwolves, he appeared in all 82 games and started 43 of them.