2019 legacy athlete commits to Clemson
|Saturday, October 28, 2017, 7:45 PM- -|
2019 wide receiver Brannon Spector has committed to Clemson on Saturday night according to his Twitter account.
"Thank you to all the schools that have shown interest to me in this process...With that being said, I am blessed to announce that I am committing to Clemson University," Spector posted.
Clemson offered him on 6/8/2017 during Dabo Swinney football camp.
He is son of former Clemson receiver Robbie Spector and the brother of Clemson freshman linebacker Baylon Spector.
“This is an offer I’ve wanted for a long time, Spector told TigerNet recently. "I’ve dreamed about it. It was amazing to hear Coach Swinney tell me I had it,” Spector said. “It just shows that all of the hard work I’ve been doing is paying off.”
Spector said working out at both positions shows his versatility.
“I talked with Coach (Jeff) Scott about it, and I think as long as I stay around this weight (6-1, 185) I could probably stay at receiver,” he said. “But I don’t mind playing safety. Wherever the coaches think I can help the team I will. I don’t really care which side of the ball I am on.”