Missouri DE commits to Clemson
|Sunday, July 29, 2018, 2:00 PM- -|
The Clemson coaching staff stayed hot with another commitment for the 2019 recruiting class Sunday.
3-star Riverside, Missouri DE Etinosa Reuben committed to Clemson over Ohio State and Wisconsin while still in town around the All-In Cookout with his parents on Sunday. It was a fourth commitment in as many days for Clemson and a third day in a row for the 2019 class.
"Man, has this journey been a ride! First of all I want to thank the Lord for blessing me with the ability to play this amazing game. I want to thank my family for supporting me and sacrificing so much for me," Reuben posted. "I also want to thank my previous coaches for molding me into the player that I have become. I'd also like to thank my teammates for pushing me and for being my brothers through it all. Next I want to thank all the coaches that took time to recruit me and have given me the opportunity to live out my dream and play on their squad. I want to thank my coaching staff, especially Coach Sharp, Coach Cramer and Coach Wilmes for supporting me and believing in me inside and outside of football and for preparing me for the future."
"With that being said I have decided to further my academic and athletic career at Clemson University. #ALLIN"
Surprisingly, the pledge came on his first ever visit to Clemson, after an early May offer. Two coaches that were heavy in his recruitment were Brent Venables and Todd Bates.
In 2017, he had 55 tackles and five sacks.
Reuben had national offers including Alabama, Arizona State, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Kansas State, Kentucky, Louisville, Minnesota, Missouri, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Purdue, Toledo, and Wisconsin.
He is Clemson's 21st commit for the 2019 recruiting cycle. Clemson's 2019 class is currently rated No. 6 nationally by the 247Sports Composite rankings.
If you’re not riding with us now good luck trying to catch the wave... #We2Deep19 ??— Ruke Orhorhoro (@D1ruke) July 29, 2018
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Welcome brotha ?? https://t.co/5iYTlCY01U— Ruke Orhorhoro (@D1ruke) July 29, 2018
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