2015 QB commits to the Tigers


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Height: 6-0   Weight: 195   Hometown: Orlando, FL (Lake Nona HS)   Class: 2015
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According to the Orlando Sentinel, Orlando (FL) Lake Nona 2015 quarterback Tucker Israel Tucker Israel
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6-1, 195
Orlando, FL

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committed to Clemson late on Monday night after visiting Clemson this past weekend. Israel's father confirmed the commitment through a text message to the paper. Israel's Twitter also has been changed to say "Committed to Clemson University."

The Tigers offered Israel on January 17 and he also has offers from Arkansas St., Ball St., Cincinnati, Florida, Florida A&M, Jacksonville, Massachusetts, South Alabama, Wake Forest, and W. Kentucky.

This past season he passed for 3,979 yards and 40 touchdowns with just 10 interceptions. As a sophomore, Israel passed for 3,685 yards, 36 touchdowns, with 8 interceptions. As a freshman, he threw for 2,924 yards and 30 more touchdowns. For his career, Israel has thrown for 10,588 yards and 106 touchdowns.

Update: TigerNet has also confirmed the commitment with Israel's father.



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