Former Clemson All-America golfer Lucas Glover will present the “Top 10 List” on “The Late Show with David Letterman” on the CBS television network this evening. Glover is the first Clemson graduate to present the Top 10 List on “The Late Show with David Letterman” since May of 1997 when Jane Robelot read the list. Robelot was a host for “CBS This Morning” at the time.
Glover and Robelot not only graduated from the same university, they also are graduates of Wade Hampton High School in Greenville, SC.
Glover will be the first former Clemson student-athlete to appear on the show since former Clemson pitcher Jimmy Key was one of many New York Yankees who appeared on the program as a group after winning the 1996 World Series. William “The Refrigerator” Perry is the only former Clemson athlete to appear on the program as a guest. His appearance was in November of 1985, his rookie year in the NFL.
Glover became the first former Clemson golfer and the first native of the state of South Carolina to win a major professional golf championship when he won the 109th United States Open at the Black Course at Bethpage State Park in Farmingdale, NY on Monday.