Clemson junior forward Devin Gray, who suffered a heart attack three months ago, said he will begin rehabilitation to determine whether he is able to return to the court for the Tigers.
Gray, an All-Metro player at St. Frances High, suffered a heart attack April 4, caused by a clogged artery.
Gray said he will train five days a week for six weeks, with running, swimming and weightlifting. Doctors plan to gradually take him off the antibiotics he has been taking.
Clemson's team physician, Dr. Stuart Clarkson, will decide in October whether Gray will play this season. Gray said that if he does not play, he would consider redshirting, but added that he has had no trouble playing in several pickup games a day and is optimistic about his chances of returning.