Happy Monday! Here is today’s Clemson Tigers News.
Clemson Men’s Soccer vs Notre Dame: 6:00 PM in Louisville, Kentucky (College Cup Final)
Clemson Football portal target postpones visit
A note from yesterday’s post: Keylan Rutledge was not able to visit Clemson yesterday as originally planned. Rutledge was in a car accident Saturday and postponed his visit.
Jason Priester and David Hood have both posted that Rutledge is physically fine, but the pictures of the accident that he posted to his Instagram account make it clear that the experience was not a pleasant one.
Hood posted that Rutledge and the Tigers will try to reschedule the visit for later this week.
Clemson Football offers a local standout
Clemson Football extended a scholarship offer recently that has several fans pleased. The Tigers offered Belton-Honea Path’s Marquise Henderson.
Henderson is a 2025 prospect. He is listed as a running back by 247Sports, but many observers consider him to be an athlete. His future could lie on either side of the ball, and at wide receiver just as easily as running back.
He is 5′-10′ 170 and has been having an excellent season for BHP. 247Sports Composite rates him as a 3-star prospect.
Beaux Collins commits to Notre Dame
Clemson Football transfer Beaux Collins has announced that he will commit to Notre Dame.
Collins has one season of eligibility remaining.
In the NFL, Clemson alum Davis Allen caught his first professional touchdown yesterday in the Rams game against the Ravens.
The Rams came up just short in Baltimore 37-31.
Trevor Lawrence shook off a high ankle sprain and started for the Jaguars, who were visiting the Browns.
Cleveland edged out Jacksonville 31-27.
Ten Clemson Sports, including baseball and both basketball teams, had a 100% graduation rate in the most recent review by the NCAA.
It is important to note that these stats come from data collected from 2013-2016. The overall graduation rate for the athletic department was 97%, which was the highest mark among Power conference public universities.