Four-star QB Christian Veilleux (6-4 201) of Ontario was waiting on one more offer before he could move ahead in his recruiting process. He visited Clemson in January and had planned a return trip for this week, but of course that was cancelled due to Covid-19. Before narrowing his decision to a final four, he wanted to know if Clemson
Five-star OT Amarius Mims of Cochran, GA Wednesday released his top ten list, which he also considers his final top 10. Joining the Tigers on the list are Oregon, Tennessee, Alabama, LSU, Georgia, Florida, Auburn, Oklahoma and Florida State. USC, Texas A&M, Southern Cal and North Carolina were cut from his earlier short list. Mims is ranked the #2 offensive
LB Tavareon Martin-Scott (6-3 215) of Fort Wayne, IN was a standout as a freshman at Dodge City JC, KS in 2019. He was second on the team with 42 tackles. He had 10.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks. He was named honorable mention all-conference by the KJCCC. One recruiter impressed by Martin-Scott was USC’s Eric Wolford. And this
Clemson took the next step in recruiting a quarterback for the 2021 class Tuesday with an offer to 4-star Christian Veilleux (6-4 190) of Ontario. He attends the Bullis School in Potomac, MD. The Tigers also have offered 5-star quarterback Caleb Williams of Washington, DC and are included in his final five along with Oklahoma, Penn State, Maryland and LSU.
Clemson junior forward Aamir Simms Tuesday night announced he is going to explore his options related to the NBA Draft. The 6-8 native of Virginia posted his plans on Twitter, adding that he will not sign with an agent and thus retain his option to return to school for his senior season. If Simms does not return, Clemson coach Brad
Every day brings a new set of questions and concerns related to college athletics in the midst of the Covid-19 crisis. How can the coaches and athletes connect, workout, plan for the future? And what is the future? Will there be a college football season in 2020? Clemson athletics director Dan Radakovich joined us on SportsTalk Monday night to address
4-star OT Micah Morris of Kingsland, GA Tuesday announced a final five list of USC, Alabama, Florida, Florida State and Georgia. Clemson was in h is final 12 but did not make the short list. USC was one of his first offers and he has developed a strong relationship with offensive line coach Eric Wolford. Morris has visited USC at
Three-star SAF/LB Bryce Steele of Raleigh had set April 14th for his commitment announcement, and he had narrowed his decision to USC and North Carolina. And then he received an offer from what he called his “dream school,” Texas. And the Longhorns stampeded those commitment plans, such that now Steele has scratched that April date and replaced it with TBA.