Clemson in top group for 4-star OT


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Height: 6-7   Weight: 325   Hometown: Hightstown, NJ (The Peddie School HS)   Class: 2017
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4-star 2017 offensive tackle Noah DeHondNoah DeHond
Offensive Tackle
6-7, 325
Highstown, NY

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from Highstown, New Jersey has Clemson in his top group of schools on Monday night according to his twitter account.

Other schools that made his top 10 schools include Alabama, Arkansas, Louisville, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, South Carolina, UCLA, Virginia Tech and Wisconsin.

DeHond has national offers from Alabama, Arkansas, Bowling Green, Buffalo, Clemson, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisville, Miami, North Carolina, Old Dominion, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Rutgers, South Carolina, Temple, UCLA, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wisconsin.

The towering offensive lineman was recently reclassified to a 2017 prospect, and his recruiting stock has improved.



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