Clemson commits continue to shine on Friday nights
|Sunday, September 14, 2014, 5:05 PM- -|
The future at the quarterback position is bright for Clemson.
Clemson quarterback commits
Tucker Israel Tucker Israel
View Full Profile and Kelly Bryant Kelly Bryant
View Full Profile continued their strong seasons and put up big numbers – both will likely compete with Nick Schuessler for the right to back up Deshaun Watson in 2015.
Israel completed 26-of-41 passes for 437 yards and five touchdowns in Lake Nona’s 35-14 win over Colonial, in becoming Florida’s all-time leader in completions (720) and passing yards (10,726).
Despite his increasing numbers, Israel told TigerNet Saturday that it is all quiet on the recruiting front and that he is “locked in” with Clemson.
Piedmont (SC) Wren quarterback Kelly Bryant was 25-for-43 for 354 yards and three touchdowns. He also added 52 rushing yards in Wren’s 30-25 victory over arch-rival Easley.
*Tampa (FL) Sickles athlete and Clemson commit
Ray Ray McCloud Ray Ray McCloud
View Full Profile was held to just 39 yards a week ago a loss to Durant, but refused to be stopped Friday night against Newsome.
McCloud took the Gryphon’s opening play from scrimmage 42 yards for a touchdown. The 5-9, 175 pounder carried the ball 27 times in Sickles 27-14 victory over Newsome. He finished the night with 200 yards and two touchdowns.
*Tampa Bay Tech quarterback
Deon Cain Deon Cain
View Full Profile –who will play wide receiver at Clemson – completed 14-of-29 passes for 128 yards, while rushing for 111 yards and three touchdowns in Tech’s 34-20 loss to Durant.
*Decatur (GA) Columbia wide receiver
Shadell Bell Shadell Bell
View Full Profile had three catches for 60 yards and touchdown in a 55-0 win over Stone Mountain. He also added two sacks and four tackles on defense while playing just a quarter and a half in the blowout.
*Sterling (VA) Dominion linebacker
Chad Smith Chad Smith
View Full Profile was busy on both sides of the ball. Defensively he accounted for eight tackles, one sack and a blocked field goal.
Offensively, Smith saw time at tight end, wide receiver, H-back and running back and scored three touchdowns in the 62-0 win over Freedom.
*Cleveland (NC) defensive lineman
Sterling Johnson Sterling Johnson
View Full Profile accounted for seven total tackles, four tackles for loss and two sacks in Cleveland’s 35-21 win over Green Hope
*Waldorf (MD) Thomas Stone athlete
Juwuan Briscoe Juwuan Briscoe
View Full Profile missed Friday night’s game with an injury but told TigerNet Sunday night that he will return to action this Friday at Leotown.