Tiger Source Announcement


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TigerNet is excited to announce Tiger Source, a new recruiting information service. Tiger Source will follow recruiting throughout the Southeast with a heavy emphasis on Clemson's recruiting efforts. The Tiger Source team will be lead by WCCP-FM's Mickey Plyler, who has been in the recruiting industry since 1993. "I am so excited to get back involved with a website again," said Plyler. "This is a unique opportunity for a couple of reasons. First is the team that we have put together for the site. We have several sources from across the South and a fulltime staff that is ready to provide outstanding coverage. Also the opportunity to work with Tommy Crumpton and TigerNet is a tremendous advantage. I have been approached by several website people with ideas in the last two years, but when Crump came to us I could not turn him down. His work on TigerNet is unparalleled. I have so much respect for the TigerNet community and the hard work Crump has put in through the years. I hope we will continue to add to the TigerNet experience." “I’m really looking forward to this project,” said Crumpton. “Mickey has always been the person Clemson fans have trusted for their inside Clemson news, and it’s going to be great to have him on TigerNet. This service will help people get the latest Clemson recruiting news available and also provide revenue that helps keep the rest of the site free." Tiger Source will have several features including an extensive recruiting database, daily updates, a message board, a e-mail answering service, updated offer board and recruiting board for the Tigers. The site will use information gathered from the prospects, high school coaches and college coaches at the ACC and SEC level but also the Divison I-AA level as well. "I can't thank the high school coaches and Southern Conference coaches enough," says Plyler. "Their evaluation and information is what helps make the site." "We will update the site several times per day and hope to provide the most accurate information available," says Plyler. The Tiger Source staff will cover camps, scrimmages, jamborees first hand and have the latest news on prospects from across the South. Members will be allowed to e-mail questions to the staff and the answers will be posted on a daily bases. We will also have Clemson game reviews on Mondays and Previews on Thursdays throughout the season. Tiger Source will be free for the first 18 days but subscriptions will be required starting July 19. Subscriptions are packaged at $6.99 per month or a yearly subscription for only $69.99, a savings of almost $14 per year off of the monthly rate. Up to 50% discount will be offered to TigerNet donor members. Here is a list of the TigerSource schedule for the next few weeks: From July 5-16 we will look at a position each day. We will have an evaluation of the current roster and will look at the prospects the Tigers have offered and those they have on their board. Monday July 5-Quarterback Tuesday July 6-Running Backs Wednesday July7-Wide Receivers Thursday July 8-Tight Ends Friday July 9-Offensive Linemen Monday July 12-Defensive Ends Tuesday July 13-Defensive Tackles Wednesday July 14-Linebackers Thursday July 15-Defensive Backs Friday July 19-Athletes Friday July 30-Release the recruiting board and offer board Here is our weekly schedule for the fall: Monday-Review of previous Clemson game, Chat at 2:00 PM, Mail Call, Recruiting Updates. Tuesday-Mail Call, Recruiting Updates. Wednesday-Mail Call, Recruiting Updates. Thursday-Mail Call, Recruiting Updates. Friday-Preview of upcoming Clemson game, Mail Call, Recruiting Updates.


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