Clemson scored its second high ranking in-state commitment for the 2022 class on Christmas Day in WR Adam Randall (6-3 200) of Myrtle Beach. Randall had narrowed his choices to Clemson, USC, Oregon and Tennessee. Randall is rated as a four-star in the 247Sports Composite and the #22 receiver in the 2022 class. He’s ranked 5th among the prospects in South Carolina for 2022.
“I see myself being a big receiver on the outside that can do it all,” Randall said “Hopefully I can make an impact early.”
Randall has had a long relationship with the Tigers dating back to summer camps when he was in the 8th grade. He and receivers coach Tyler Grisham have been tight and that paid off for the Tigers when it came to his decision.
“I’ve been watching Clemson for a long time now,” Randall said. “They have been a dominant program over the last decade. They have produced great receivers and have a good style of offense for big, physical, and fast receivers.”
This season Randall finished with 46 catches for 1009 yards and 9 touchdowns despite playing with a high ankle sprain throughout the playoffs. He has already committed to play in the 2022 Under Armour All-American Game.
He is the third commitment for Clemson for the 2022 class joining offensive linemen Collin Sadler of Greenville and Blake Miller of Strongsville, OH.