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First-team Parade All-American, first incoming Clemson defensive lineman named to the Parade All-American team since 1989...a national top 100 player by many services...second-team USA Today All-American and by EA Sports...ranked as the 50th best player in the nation by Tom Lemming...listed as the 60th best player in the nation by collegefootballnews.com...an ESPN.com top 150 player, he is rated as the 87th best player in the nation....rated as the #7 strong side defensive end in the nation by Rivals.com...the #3 rated prospect overall in the state of Illinois by Rivals.com...the 6th-rated defensive end prospect in the nation by Collegefootballnews.com... rated as the #10 defensive end prospect in the nation by Scout.com...the #1 defensive end in the midwest region by Scout.com...a member of PrepStar's Dream Team Top 100...a member of the Midwest Hot 100 by Scout.com...rated as the #24 prospect in the Midwest by SuperPrep...the #16 defensive line prospect in the nation by PrepStar...the #39 defensive line prospect in the nation by SuperPrep... top 100 recruit by High School Sport Magazine... recorded 125 tackles including 25 sacks as a senior for Morris Community High School...all-state selection by the Chicago Sun-Times and the Chicago Tribune...Chicagoland Defensive Player-of-the-Year...a member of the Illinois Tremendous 26...Joliet Herald and Morris Daily Herald All-Area...had 610 yards receiving as a tight end and five touchdowns...helped his team to a 14-0 record and the Class 6A state championship...had 70 tackles and six sacks as a junior, also had 300 yards receiving as a tight end...2005 Class 6-A All-State...2005 Suburban Prairie Conference Defensive MVP...team captain...all-area and all-conference selection as a junior...also plays baseball for Morris...coached by George Dergo...grew up in Andrews, SC...chose Clemson over Notre Dame, Illinois, Northwestern, Ohio State, and Purdue.

Mickey Plyler on Cumbie: "Cumbie has a huge body and great frame but is very athletic and runs well. Anytime you can beat Notre dame it is a big deal especially now that Notre Dame is back. He is a great kid that reminds you of some the kids Danny Ford signed like Vance Hammonds."

Reminds Plyler of: Vance Hammonds

Cumbie on Clemson: "The major factor is that I would be most comfortable at Clemson. It was between Clemson and Notre Dame. I visited both and Notre Dame had a nice campus but it wasn't a good fit for me. I grew up a Tiger fan and I felt at home with Clemson."


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