Clemson Football included in offensive lineman’s Top 8
Elyjah Thurmon announced a Top 8 schools, and Clemson Football was included.
Thurmon is a 4-star inside offensive lineman prospect in the 247Sports Composite247Sports Composite. He is 407th nationally.
Thurmon is 6’-3.5” and 271 pounds. He is starting his senior season at the Bradwell Institute in Hinesville, Georgia.
The other seven schools he is considering are Duke, Florida, Georgia Tech, LSU, Missouri, South Carolina, and UCF.
The Tigers have only one offensive line commitment for the Class of 2024, so Thurmon is an important target for Thomas Austin.
Clemson Women’s Basketball receives huge commitment from Imari Berry
Amanda Butler won a big recruiting battle this weekend when Imari Berry committed to the Tigers.
Berry is the 7th ranked player on ESPN. She is a 5’-10” shooting guard from Clarksville, Tennessee.
The list of schools who offered Berry is impressive. Tennessee, Connecticut, and South Carolina all recruited her.
She is a rising senior, so she will join the Tigers for the 2024-25 season.
Clemson Men’s Golf alum Lucas Glover wins tournament, advances to the playoff
Lucas Glover, who was an All-American for Clemson, won the Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, North Carolina on Sunday. The victory not only includes a two-year exemption to remain on the PGA Tour, but also propelled him from 112th in FedEx points to 49th.
The victory and FedEx points means Glover will now be able to play in the FedEx St. Jude Championship in Memphis, Tennessee, which is the first leg of the playoffs.
Glover’s family was on hand to celebrate his victory with him. His daughter, Lucille, was making Tiger Nation proud with her choice of attire.
Caroline Jacobsen got the first hit of her pro career for Athletes Unlimited this weekend.
Jacobsen was also named a player of the game.