In the summer of 2017, Clemson offered 6-1-point guard Jaelin Llewellyn of Mono, Ontario. He was playing at Virginia Episcopal School in Lynchburg, VA. Brad Brownell did not land him. Llewellyn signed with Princeton. But now, thanks to the NCAA Transfer Portal, Brownell gets a redo with Llewellyn.
Tuesday night Llewellyn announced on Twitter that he is transferring to Clemson after four years with the Ivy League Tigers. And he was quite the player in New Jersey. For his career, Llewellyn played in 76 games and averaged 14 points, 4 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game. He shot 40% from the floor, 33% from three and 72% from the line. He scored 1064 points in his Princeton career.
Llewellyn will step right into the point guard position with the Tigers who lost two starting guards to transfer in Nick Honor and Al-Amir Dawes.