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Green Bay Packers stud Linebacker Clay Matthews attended Agoura High School in Agoura Hills, California, where he played for the Chargers. Physically, Matthews was a late bloomer. His father was the team’s defensive coordinator, but declined to start his son because he felt he was physically undersized. Matthews began developing physically in his senior season but only garnered interest from Division I FCS schools and local community colleges. Like his father and uncle, Matthews opted to attend the University of Southern California with hopes of becoming a walk-on for the Trojans football team. And walk on he did! While attending the University of Southern California, Matthews played under head coach Pete Carroll. Clay entered USC as an unheralded, walk-on student athlete and left as the Packers First Round pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. And the rest, as they say, is history as Matthews has been selected for multiple Pro Bowls and All-Pro Awards. He was also selected the NFC Defensive Player of the Year in 2010, winning the Butkus Award in addition that season. Oh..and he’s also has a Super Bowl Championship under his belt, SB XLV. Our SGA UnderFifty Series is our best framed value and a great way to add Clay to your wall at a low cost. This very cool unsigned Super Bowl XLV 8×10 photograph of an airborne Clay (with long hair flowing!) is Quality Framed and makes a great gift for any Cheesehead. Go Pack Go!