Korn Is A Tiger


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Will Korn made it official on Monday as he made his commitment to Clemson public. He becomes the first commitment to Clemson?s 2007 signing class. He is considered to be the consensus #1 player in South Carolina for 2007. Korn had offers from Florida, South Carolina, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, and Kentucky.


Korn is the perfect fit for Rob Spence. He has good mobility and a very accurate arm. Korn put on a show at every 7-on-7 he attended this summer. He is expected to be one of the top rated quarterbacks in the country for 2007. It is also a key pick up as it gives Clemson good momentum in-state for what will be a very good year in South Carolina.


Korn grew up a Clemson fan and it was a dream come true to have the chance to play for Clemson. Korn's teammate Prince Miller announced his verbal commitment to play for the University of Georgia.

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