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Clemson football player arrested for reckless driving going 115 miles per hour, and seriously injuring Postal Worker

Clemson’s Sophomore defensive back Fred Davis was arrested for reckless driving after turning himself into police.

Clemson’s Sophomore defensive back Fred Davis II was arrested for reckless driving after turning himself into police.

According to police records, Davis was driving 115 miles per hour when he struck a US Mail Carrier.

This accident happened on July 21st. Davis was driving 115 miles per hour in a 55 mile per hour zone. Davis was a five-star recruit from Jacksonville, Florida.

The postal worker was injured badly in the accident. The 19 year old Davis turned himself into police.

The police report says Davis was going 60 miles over the speed limit when he crashed into the back of the Postal Carriers truck. Could you imagine the whiplash?

Davis was released on bond.

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