Clemson Tigers News: PJ Hall, Gymnastics, Terrence Flagler

PJ Hall is recognized as a Mid-season All-American, the Tigers place three on ACC Gymnastics watchlists, and a Tiger great visits the team for bowl practice.
Nov 28, 2023; Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA;  Clemson's PJ Hall
Nov 28, 2023; Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA; Clemson's PJ Hall / Gary Cosby Jr.-USA TODAY Sports

Clemson Men’s Basketball has a Mid-season All-American

PJ Hall has been honored by 247Sports as part of their Mid-season All-America team.

Hall leads the team in scoring with 20.8 points per game.

He is also averaging 6.8 rebounds, 2.4 assists, and 2.4 blocks per game so far this season.

Joe Lunardi has Clemson as a 3-seed in his latest Bracketology edition.

It’s time to get excited about Clemson Gymnastics

Clemson Gymnastics is preparing for their inaugural season, and now they have their first gymnasts on an ACC preseason watchlist.

Congratulations to Lauren Wells and Rebecca Rutherford.

Lilly Lippeatt was named to the ACC Newcomer watchlist.

The Tigers have their first match on Friday, January 12th at Littlejohn Coliseum against William & Mary. They will open ACC competition on January 21st hosting Pittsburgh.

Clemson Football gets a visit from a Tiger Legend

Clemson continues bowl practices, and yesterday the team’s X account posted this video of Tiger great Terrance Flagler visiting the team.

Flagler was a running back for the Tigers from 1982-1986. In 1986 he had 1,176 rushing yards on 180 attempts, a 6.5-yard average. He had 13 total touchdowns and was the runner-up for ACC Player of the Year. He played in the NFL for the San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, and the Phoenix Cardinals.

In other news around the ACC, Syracuse’s Oronde Gadsden announced that he will return to the Orange in 2024.

This is a big get for new head coach Fran Brown. Gadsden missed most of the 2023 season due to injury.

Former Clemson Football wide receiver Frank Ladson Jr. has announced his next destination will be Massachusetts.

Ladson was most recently on the Miami Hurricanes' roster.

Lastly, in the “You just can’t make this stuff up” category, the judge has been assigned to Florida State’s lawsuit against the ACC, and he is a Seminole graduate.