|Tigers add second 4-star commitment of the day as Tyshon Dye commits|
|by David Hood - Senior Writer - Friday, July 20, 2012 11:32 PM||
Clemson’s 2013 recruiting class - a source of concern for Clemson fans just six or seven short weeks ago – is alive and well.
The Clemson coaching staff added the 14th commitment for the 2013 recruiting cycle - and third commitment of the day – when 4-star running back Tyshon Dye Tyshon Dye
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His commitment was the second 4-star commitment of the day – joining wide receiver DeMarcus Robinson Marcus Robinson
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The Elberton (GA) Elbert County prospect chose the Tigers over Tennessee, Southern Cal, South Carolina, Auburn and many others.
Dye had told TigerNet earlier that he liked Clemson’s small-town atmosphere.
“I like Clemson because I am from a country town,” he said. “It’s not real big, and Clemson is a great school and football program in a place that reminds me of home. That is one of the best things I like about it.”
Dye was recruited by offensive coordinator Chad Morris and running backs coach Tony Elliott.
“Coach Elliott is a great recruiter, and I have a great relationship with him,” he said. “He checks in with me on Facebook and stuff, and I really like talking to him. Coach Morris is a great guy, and he let me know on my visit that I was high on their list, their number one running back remaining.”
As a junior, Dye rushed 212 times for 1.516 yards and 21 touchdowns. He also caught 17 passes for 198 yards and had 187 yards on six punt returns.
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