Clemson Tigers football recruiting is laying down foundations with the Class of 2025, which are rising juniors in high school. One 2025 wide receiver prospect who had a chance to visit with the Tigers recently is Adonis Moise from Palmetto, Florida.
Moise camped at Clemson in June and told this to The Clemson Insider:
"“The culture at Clemson stood out to me the most, even at camp. I like that most of the staff at the school/camp attended Clemson. That says a lot.”"
Moise’s recruiting has just gotten started, but he already has a dozen offers. He hopes Clemson will offer soon.
David Sanders, Jr., who is ranked by some services as the overall No. 1 recruit in the Class of 2025, also spoke with The Clemson Insider. He spoke about his offer from the Tigers and where they have him ranked on their big board for 2025:
"“That was just a blessing to have. I got to hear it from the coach’s mouth himself, so it’s just a great opportunity and I’m very blessed to have it.”“It’s like, ‘You’re our top guy, number one on the board, if you were to commit to Clemson, we want you to be the leader of the class.’ I feel like I have that luxury of if I commit to Clemson, I’ll be able to build the class that I want and be around guys that I really, really like.”"
Sanders hopes to return to Clemson for a game in the fall.
We are learning more about transfers into Clemson Tigers baseball for 2024
Clemson Baseball has been announcing transfers for a couple of months now, and now that the Major League Baseball Draft has come and gone, we are hearing about a couple more names to add to the list.
The Tigers have five total transfers currently:
- Alden Mathes – A left-handed pitcher & outfielder who is a graduate transfer from the Richmond Spiders.
- Jacob Hinderleider – A right-handed infielder who is a graduate transfer from the Davidson Wildcats.
- Jimmy Obertop – A right-handed catcher who is a graduate transfer from the Michigan Wolverines.
- Andrew Ciufo – A right-handed infielder who is a redshirt junior transfer from the Georgetown Hoyas.
- Matthew Marchal – A right-handed pitcher who is a graduate transfer from the Wofford Terriers.
Jon Blau of the Charleston Post & Courier has a good thread on the transfers below. Obertop, Ciufo and Marchal had been announced previously, but there hadn’t been as much coverage of Mathes and Hinderleider, as both were candidates to be selected in the draft.