Following the completion of Clemson Football's Elite Retreat, the Tigers found success with two commitments from offensive line prospects on Sunday. Braydon Jacobs and Jaylen Beckley both announced their college choices following their visits to Death Valley.
Things got even better today as the Tigers got a big commitment on the defensive side of the football.
Defensive line prospect Isaiah Campbell announced that he is committing to the Clemson Tigers.
Campbell is a 6’-5” and 265-pound prospect from Southern Durham High School in North Carolina. He is a 4-star recruit in the 247Sports Composite. He ranks 72nd nationally.
Campbell was known to be favoring the Tigers over his other offers. Three Crystal Balls had been logged for Clemson on 247.
Campbell had 32 total offers, including Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Notre Dame, Ohio State, and USC.
Campbell becomes Clemson's eleventh commitment in the Class of 2025. He is the third defensive commit, following Amare Adams and Ari Watford, who are also defensive line prospects. Adams is a tackle and Watford is an edge prospect who projects to end.
Campbell is the sixth 4-star player in the 247Sports Composite to join the class, alongside Adams, Watford, Jacobs, running back Gideon Davidson, and offensive lineman Easton Ware. Beckley is rated as a 4-star by Rivals, but hasn't been included in the Composite yet.
The current contact period continues through Saturday, February 3rd. February 4th is a quiet period (limited contact allowed) and then a dead period begins February 5th and lasts through March 3rd. No in-person contact is allowed during the dead period.
The next window for recruiting opens in early March and extends through late May. The Tigers will have at least one more junior day during that window. We can also expect several visitors to come to see spring practices during that timeframe.