On Sunday 2019 4-star defensive lineman Jaquaze Sorrels announced that he would be decommitting from Florida and reopening his recruiting process. The top-10 overall defensive lineman prospect visited Clemson for the Florida State game this year and has been a target for next year’s 2019 class. He plans to visit Clemson soon with his mother.

Trezmen Marshall announced his top three schools on Sunday. The 2019 4-star inside linebacker has Clemson, Georgia and Alabama in the mix with many national analysts expecting the fourth ranked athlete in the country to sign with the Dawgs. However, Clemson shocked the recruiting world earlier this month by snagging Jackson Carmen from the Buckeyes, so it’s still anyone’s game.

Clemson commit Derion Kendrick was named Offensive Player of the Year in South Carolina by USA Today. Kendrick led South Pointe High School to a 15-0 record and fourth straight state title as the team’s starting quarterback. Kendrick will take his talents to wide receiver when he suits up for the Tigers.

Class of 2020 running back Miles Friday shortened his school list to Clemson, LSU, Alabama, Oregon, UCLA, Ohio State, Miami, South Carolina, Texas, USC and Nebraska. Friday attends IMG Academy where Clemson has picked up several players in the 2018 class and is targeting many 2019 prospects.

DeMarvin Leal, a 4-star defensive lineman out of Texas, received an offer from Todd Bates and the Tigers. Leal is considered one of the top defensive prospects for the 2019 class and could be an excellent addition to what is already considered a loaded defensive front.

Clemson target and 4-star cornerback Brendan Radley-Hiles will announce his commitment on January 6 during the U.S Army All-American game. Hiles’ final four teams are Clemson, UCLA, Oklahoma and Florida State.

Steele Chambers plans to visit the Tigers later this month with his family. Chambers has visited Clemson twice this season during the Auburn and the Florida State game. The All-Region Player of the Year in Georgia has Clemson in his top-five and finished the season rushing for over 1,600 yards.

4-star safety Leon O’Neal announced his top four schools with Clemson, Georgia, Oklahoma and Texas A&M making the cut. O’Neal is a top-10 safety in the 2018 class and decommitted from Texas A&M early in December.

Trevor Lawrence has been practicing for the Army All-American game and had time to sit down with the media to answer some questions. Quarterbacks coach Branden Streeter cannot wait to work with the highly talented quarterback and has already challenged Lawrence to learn the playbook as quickly as possible now that he has signed. Streeter has been able to send Lawrence some of the playbook with spring ball only two months away. With about six players battling for the starting role next season, how quickly Lawrence can learn the offense will be key if he wants to get ahead of Kelly Bryant, Hunter Johnson and Zerrick Cooper.

While most of the questions were about the upcoming quarterback battle, we were able to learn some key information about Lawrence — the secret behind his flowing locks. Lawrence told the media he shampoos every day and lets it air dry without a brush or any other product. Truly special hair for a special talent.

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Content Creator at Armchair Clemson The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
Growing up in South Carolina, you were one of two things, a Gamecock fan or a Clemson fan. I had the luck of having smart parents who gave me my first Clemson jersey when I was 7. Ever since, my interest in Clemson football has never ceased. Some say it’s an unhealthy obsession, I say “ Hey bud, shut the hell up I’m watching the 2003 Clemson vs Georgia Tech game to see how we can win in Atlanta again.” I know I can’t control the outcome of a game but hey, we finally won in Atlanta after I watched the game, so you tell me. After this year, I will be transferring up to Clemson where I can constantly fuel my “addiction” while studying to be a broadcast journalist.
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Content Creator at Armchair Clemson The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
Growing up in South Carolina, you were one of two things, a Gamecock fan or a Clemson fan. I had the luck of having smart parents who gave me my first Clemson jersey when I was 7. Ever since, my interest in Clemson football has never ceased. Some say it’s an unhealthy obsession, I say “ Hey bud, shut the hell up I’m watching the 2003 Clemson vs Georgia Tech game to see how we can win in Atlanta again.” I know I can’t control the outcome of a game but hey, we finally won in Atlanta after I watched the game, so you tell me. After this year, I will be transferring up to Clemson where I can constantly fuel my “addiction” while studying to be a broadcast journalist.

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