|Elite playmaker commits to Clemson|
|by Tony Crumpton - Associate Editor - Monday, July 28, 2014 6:56 PM||
Ray-Ray McCloud - WR/RB
Height: 5-10 Weight: 180 Hometown: Tampa, FL (Sickles HS) Class: 2015
|#12 ATH, #157 Overall, #29 FL, 82 Grade||#2 ATH, #23 Overall, #9 FL||#121 Overall, #15 WR, #4 FL WR||#107 Overall, #8 ATH, #16 FL, 95 Grade|
4-star running back and high priority Clemson target Ray Ray McCloud Ray Ray McCloud
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McCloud has been a national recruit with over 45 offers and projects as an explosive slot receiver for the Tigers and also could be used on special teams.
This is a another Florida recruiting gem hauled in by Swinney and the rest of the Clemson coaching staff. Young running backs coach Tony Elliot played a pivotal role in the commit of the young star athlete. McCloud's father told TigerNet last week about Elliot: "Coach Elliot really got him going on Clemson," he said. He's been recruiting him hard. He knows that he would be happy there. The atmosphere of the place. It's a great school. The love of the city and the school."
As a junior, he rushed for 2316 yards and had 26 rushing touchdowns and also had 9 catches for 192 yards and a score.
GREAT DAY TO BE A CLEMSON TIGER!!! #ClemsonFamily— Coach Jeff Scott (@coach_jeffscott) July 28, 2014
My man @Coach_TElliott is one of the best recruiters in the country!!!— Coach Jeff Scott (@coach_jeffscott) July 28, 2014
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