Four student-athletes join Clemson Football program

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Clemson, SC—Four student-athletes from four different states have enrolled at Clemson and will be part of the Tigers football program this spring. Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney made the announcement on Friday.

The young men joining the Clemson football program include two defensive ends and two quarterbacks.

The quarterbacks are Tony McNeal of Chester, SC and Cole Stoudt of Dublin, OH. The defensive ends who have enrolled at Clemson are Corey Crawford of Columbus, GA and Joe Gore of Lake Waccamaw, NC.

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