Florida Prospect Commits to Tigers

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CLEMSON, SC -- According to mickeyplyler.com, Clemson has picked up a commitment from Tallahassee, FL running back/linebacker Cliff Harrell. As a junior, the North Florida Christian prospect was named second team all-state at linebacker with 163 tackles. However, Harrell is being recruited as a running back for the next level.

The 6-foot-1 and 240 pound Harrell will visit Clemson unofficially this weekend for the South Carolina game and will also make an official visit to Clemson on January 12. He has canceled a visit to Syracuse scheduled for December 1.

Harrell says he also had offers from LSU, Auburn, Syracuse, and Central Florida. He is the nephew of Seattle Seahawk Robert Alexander.

Reported 2001 Football Commitments

RB Cliff Harrell from Tallahassee, FL

DE Trey Tate from Gaffney, SC

LB Roosevelt Nelson from Sumter, SC

RB Tye Hill from St George, SC

LB Roger McIntosh from Gaffney, SC

DL Jeff Littlejohn from Gaffney, SC

DB Travis Pugh from Manning, SC

DE Maurice "Mo" Fountain from Camden, SC

DT Grant Oliver from Lexington, SC

WR Tymere Zimmerman from Bennettsville, SC

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