CLEMSON RECRUITING

Leal is an admirer of how Clemson plays the game. (Photo per Leal's Twitter account @boimarv9)
Leal is an admirer of how Clemson plays the game. (Photo per Leal's Twitter account @boimarv9)

4-star Texas DL 'extremely blessed' with Clemson offer


by - Staff Writer -
Recruiting Home Search Recruits Recruiting Board 2025 Top Targets
DeMarvin Leal Photo
DeMarvin Leal - Defensive End
TigerNet: (5.00)

Height: 6-4   Weight: 289   Hometown: Converse, TX (Judson HS)   Class: 2019
ESPN:
#60 Overall, #8 DT, #9 TX
Rivals:
#10 Overall, #2 DE, #1 TX
24/7:
#3 Overall, #1 DT, #1 TX

Clemson went into the Lone Star State to offer one of Texas’ top-rated 2019 defensive linemen.

Judson (Tx.) defensive end DeMarvin Leal announced an offer from Clemson on social media Monday.

Leal told TigerNet that Clemson had been in contact for a couple months before defensive line coach Todd Bates delivered the offer this week. The 6-foot-4 and 275-pound prospect said it meant "a lot" to him.

“I really like the way the team plays,” Leal said, “and how physical and much love (they) put into the game.”

Rated as high as the No. 109 prospect overall for 2019, Leal lists offers from Power 5 schools such as Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Texas, Tennessee, Michigan, Ole Miss, Oklahoma State and Baylor. Eyeing an official visit to Clemson down the road, Leal said the Tigers’ offer is making him rethink his current top schools' list.

Leal tallied 66 tackles, 14 for loss with two sacks, as a junior.

He has been invited to the Under Armour All-American game.

Ultimate Level LogoUpgrade Your Account

Unlock premium boards and exclusive features (e.g. ad-free) by upgrading your account today.

Upgrade Now
Comment on this story
Print   
Send Feedback to Brandon Rink: Email | Comment
No. 1 Massachusetts prospect has Clemson in top schools
No. 1 Massachusetts prospect has Clemson in top schools
Tigers infielder joins Clemson's All-America honors
Tigers infielder joins Clemson's All-America honors
ESPN analyst has Death Valley in Top 10 most hostile environments
ESPN analyst has Death Valley in Top 10 most hostile environments
Clemson picks up transfer portal commit
Clemson picks up transfer portal commit
State
Position
Last Name
Post your comments!