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6-4 / 268
CLAYTON'S WSU CAREER
RS-SOPHOMORE (2011): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games...recorded 11 tackles while rotating on the defensive line...assisted on two tackles against UNLV...assisted on one tackle at Colorado...made two tackles at No. 7 Oregon...made a season-best three tackles and assisted on a tackle-for-loss at California...assisted on two tackles, including a sack, against Utah.
RS-FRESHMAN (2010): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in nine games, three in a starting role...missed last three games due to a knee injury...totaled 12 tackles, nine solo, including one sack...made a season-high three solo tackles in season-opener at Oklahoma State...made three tackles against Montana State...had a sack against SMU...had three tackles against USC...made two tackles at Stanford.
FRESHMAN (2009): Redshirt season.
CLAYTON'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Three-year letterwinner for head coach Rich Cotruvo...played both offensive and defensive line... SOPHOMORE year team went 8-3...JUNIOR year garnered first-team all-county on defense...was also named first-team all-league on both offense and defense...named team's Rock Award winner...team went 6-5 and made the playoffs...SENIOR year was team captain...team went 9-4 and won the North Coast Division IV Championship...named Marin County Athletic League's Linemen of the Year...Napa County Defensive Player of the Year...CalHiSports small schools first-team all-state...named third-team All-Golden State by Scout.com...named second-team all-metro by the San Francisco Chronicle...second-team California Division 3 All-State by MaxPreps...rated No. 33 amongst Northern California recruits by Rivals.com...Scout.com ranks him No. 10 among defensive tackles in the West...once again garnered team's Rock Award...also lettered once in both baseball and basketball.
Justin Guy Clayton...parents Richard and Kimberly & sister Katie...criminal justice major at WSU.