Clemson WR to miss Georgia game with lingering COVID complications

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Clemson’s redshirt sophomore receiver Brannon Spector posted to Twitter Thursday night that he will not be playing in Saturday’s night game against Georgia.

He mentioned he is still facing respiratory challenges after contracting CoVID-19 in the spring.

“After getting COVID in the spring, I’ve been facing some respiratory challenges that have kept me from being where I want to be athletically,” he wrote. “Though I hate that I can’t be out there with my teammates this Saturday, I’m working the trainers and doctors to do everything I can to return later this season.”

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From Georgia’s Calhoun High School, Spector has caught 19 passes for 152 yards during his short Clemson career.

Spector’s father, Robbie Spector is a former Clemson wide receiver from the late 1980s. Brannon is also the brother of senior linebacker Baylon.

Prayers to Spector as he continues his recovery from COVID.