Clemson coaches visit with instate prospect


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Clemson coaches Dabo Swinney and Tony Elliott stopped in to visit 2019 running back target Michel Dukes on Thursday, his head coach posted on social media.

First Baptist coach Johnny Waters said that Elliott noted Dukes' ability as a basketball player as well as a reason Clemson is interested.

Dukes is set to make his commitment announcement on Saturday at 5 p.m. at his high school, where a recent offer from Clemson competes with FBS offers from schools like Syracuse, East Carolina and Appalachian State.

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