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Tigers likely to flip second Wolfpack commit


  by - Senior Writer - Thursday, January 24, 2013 10:31 PM
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Clemson’s 2013 recruiting class will more than likely get a boost this weekend from 2013 defensive back Marcus Edmond.

Edmond, out of Hopkins (SC) Lower Richland, is rated as the No. 12 prospect in the state according to Rivals, and has been committed to N.C. State since last June.

However, former Wolfpack secondary coach Mike ReedMike Reed
Defensive Backs Coach
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now coaches for the Tigers, and he made the trek down to Columbia to make an offer to Edmond, who will make the trip to the Upstate this weekend for an official visit to Clemson.

Reed has already turned one Wolfpack commit into a Tiger – wide receiver Kyrin Priester Kyrin Priester
Wide Receiver
6-2, 190
Snellville, GA

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flipped last weekend – and he made the offer to Edmond this past Sunday.

“Coach Reed came in and he explained how he wanted me to come to Clemson with him,” Edmond said. “I had always wanted to go to Clemson. I love the history and the atmosphere there.”


Edmond attended a Clemson junior day last spring, and spent a day at Dabo SwinneyDabo Swinney
Head Coach
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’s high school camp last June.

“They have great coaches, and I like the campus,” he said. “I know they have a lot of history, and this was an offer I was waiting on.”

Edmond said he would “probably” commit to the Tigers during the weekend visit. He will be joined by his parents.

Edmond played mostly quarterback last season and passed for 1,230 yards and 14 touchdowns and rushed for 858 yards and 10 touchdowns. He had 48 tackles, 14 assists, four interceptions and four passes broken up on defense. As a junior, he had 33 tackles, three interceptions, two fumble recoveries and returned one interception 94 yards for a touchdown.

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Front Page Story: Tigers likely to flip second Wolfpack commit
TigerNet News®
Give Reed some credit..
Cedceb
Re: Give Reed some credit..
babaganoush
thought the same....Pearman isn't holding his own
Cedceb
It's becuase of him we lost North
Drobins
You got proof it's because of him?***
Bryanttiger®
NC is Pearman's area.
Drobins
Re: NC is Pearman's area.
jerseytiger1980
Re: NC is Pearman's area.
deadsolidperfect®
You do realize kids from NC grow up unc fans
MackDaddy®
Re: You do realize kids from NC grow up unc fans
carolinachef
Re: You do realize kids from NC grow up unc fans
MackDaddy®
Re: thought the same....Pearman isn't holding his own
Clemson_Tigers
Pearman recruited Tajh...***
CU_Kobe_24®
I hope this guy is under-rated.
courtneyb78
This kid is very
Clemson_Tigers
Re: This kid is very
ancientorange
What else is he going to do? Give a presser on signing day
Clemson81to85
Re: This kid is very
Xrugger
Reigning SC 400-meter champion. Had offers from AZ & Wake.***
SOLOS®
Re: Reigning SC 400-meter champion. Had offers from AZ & Wake.***
Clemson_Tigers
let's hope he doen't have to run a 400 chasing anyone!***
deserttiger85
Just updating info. Hopefully not just long distance speed.***
SOLOS®
http://rivals.yahoo.com/ uab/football/recruiting/ player-T.%20
Cedceb
Hopefully turns out like Sensabaugh did
radarby1
Guess we don't expect to get Alexander
PenthouseTiger
We have a winner here***
Clemson81to85
Shifty kid, could be an asset in the return game as well.***
WALLACE
Isn't this the guy that put out the word when REED was hired
MRTTMT
They are doing their job. Right now they are filling spots
Clemson81to85
Fell apart? How do figure that? Nkemdiche? It's all good.***
SOLOS®
Nkemdiche, Kimara, Robinson, Jenkins, Daniel, Alexander***
Clemson81to85
It's cute that you added Jenkins and Kamara
TigersO
Nkemdiche/Kamara... extortion. Robinson... stayed home.
SOLOS®
Re: Nkemdiche, Kimara, Robinson, Jenkins, Daniel, Alexander***
Tall_Tiger_Two
Their loss!!
ALLIN4CU®
Adrian Baker
Prime T. Tiger

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