Elite WR commits to Clemson
|Saturday, January 25, 2020, 8:09 PM-|
Clemson's California connection continued with a former teammate of 5-star QB DJ Uiagalelei jumping on board.
2021 St. John Bosco (Ca.) receiver Beaux Collins announced a commitment to Clemson after a visit to Elite Junior Day.
"I have found the school that is going to help develop me as a player, man and help prepare me for life," Collins said on Twitter Saturday night. "After thorough thought and prayer, I'm committed to Clemson University. #AllIn"
Collins is ranked as high as the No. 4 receiver in the nation (Rivals). He added a Clemson offer after working at Clemson camp last June.
He earned Maxpreps Junior All-American honors after topping 1,000 receiving yards with 14 touchdowns on the nation's No. 1 team, averaging almost 25 yards per reception (24.6).
Collins also visited Clemson in the fall along with another contender in Ohio State.
Clemson is in line to have a signee from California for three-straight classes after not having one before Joseph Ngata since 1991.
Clemson moved to No. 5 in 247Sports' 2021 team rankings with its six-man class now.
WORDS CAN’T EXPLAIN HOW PROUD I AM OF YOU @beaux_collins ITS INTERESTING HOW THE UNIVERSE HAS A UNIQUE WAY OF ALIGNING ITSELF?? YOU TRUSTED THE PROCESS, STAYED THE COURSE, AND WILL BE HEADED TO @ClemsonFB KEEP GRINDING BIG FELLA??#ALLIN ????#DESTINATIONBOSCO?? https://t.co/5qeshnpfD2— TERRY BULLOCK (@COACH_T_BULLOCK) January 26, 2020