It’s crazy to think, but it really wasn’t all that long ago when Corey Clement was a young kid in South Jersey tearing up other Group 1 competition.
Since then, a lot has happened. He went to star at Wisconsin, joined the Eagles as an undrafted free agent and then had 100 yards receiving in the freaking Super Bowl!
In five years time, he went from running over little kids at Glassboro High School to making defining plays in the Eagles’ Super Bowl win.Read More
“It’s just a true blessing. I’m so excited for the kids and for the faculty and staff here that they get to have off tomorrow and get to see him in the parade,” said Tyra Carite of Glassboro. The community is boiling over with excitement after the Superintendent of Schools announced today that the district is declaring tomorrow Corey Clement day with the Eagles first Super Bowl win. To honor Clement, schools will be closed for families who plan to go to the parade.Read More
All week long, the Glassboro School District has been gearing up for the Philadelphia Eagles' big day, which takes place on Sunday, February 4th.
On Wednesday, January 31st, bus drivers with the district caught a case of Eagles fever, decking out one of their buses in complete Eagles gear to cheer the hometown NFL team on to victory during this Sunday's Super Bowl.
They even put on their best Eagles attire and made signs with the No. 30 in honor of Eagles rookie and Glassboro High School graduate, Corey Clement.Read More
In a small school where everyone knows each other they have a saying “Glassboro breeds champions,” and there’s a trophy case full of state title footballs to back it up.
It was here at Glassboro High School that Eagles running back Corey Clement’s dreams began to soar.Read More
"As far as going out there, I don't want to make it bigger than it is. I've been playing football all my life, doing it for so many things – my family, my friends, Glassboro, N.J. Just really putting things on my back and just making sure I become more mature in handling my business so I can help out the other 10 guys on the field."Read More
“I’ll go to my grandparents for a little bit and just hang out,” said rookie Corey Clement, just a trip over the Commodore Barry Bridge from his hometown of Glassboro, N.J.Read More
The Eagles' Corey Clement celebrates after scoring one of his three touchdowns against Denver on Sunday. 'He's a very, very special running back right now.' Eagles coach Doug Pederson said of Clement, who is from Glassboro.Read More
Clement made the biggest play of the game among the running games, taking a fourth-quarter carry and turning it into a 15-yard touchdown with just five minutes to play in the game. The touchdown tied the game, 21-21.
Pederson showed some serious faith in Clement, who didn't have a carry in the NFL until Sunday, by giving him the ball to the rookie four times in the second half, just one less time than he gave it to Blount.Read More
The Eagles have until 4 p.m. EST to submit their final roster to the league, at which point the roster will be final.
Clement, born in Glassboro, will presumably be the team's fifth running back, assuming they keep running back Donnell Pumphrey.Read More
Corey Clement is working extremely hard to land a spot on the Philadelphia Eagles’ 53-man roster. Clement, an undrafted player from Glassboro (N.J.) High and the University of Wisconsin, made a huge impression with his play leading the Eagles to a 20-16 preseason win over the Buffalo Bills on Thursday.Read More
orey Clement, a 2013 Glassboro High School grad and all-time career rushing leader in South Jersey football history, visited Glassboro Intermediate School on Thursday morning to talk with kids about making good choices in life.Read More
The former Wisconsin running back, who rushed for almost 1,400 yards and 15 touchdowns this past season, is projected as high as a third round pick in the upcoming NFL Draft - which is being held in Philadelphia, if you haven't heard.Read More