Tigers' Staff Begins New Strategy This Week


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One of the major advantages of having 22 commitments going into the second week of December is the Clemson staff can now change its strategy. Beginning this week the staff will begin to double and triple team prospects on in-home visits. For example this week Clemson's staff will be in Myrtle Beach, SC for the North-South All-Star game during the day but at night they will still have in-home visits. Monday night David Blackwell, Brad Scott and Dabo Swinney will have in-home visits with Jamarcus Grant and Rendrick Taylor. Grant (Mullins, SC) and Taylor (Bennetsville, SC) both live in within an hour of Myrtle Beach and both are committed but still hearing from other schools. On Tuesday Dabo Swinney and Burton Burns will visit Fork Union Prep in Virginia. Because the staff has only a few scholarships to give they will use this strategy to try to hold onto their current commitments. Usually this type of recruiting happens later in January but the staff has the luxary of starting in December because of the number of current commitments.


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