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Dec 17, 2021

Meet Our New Tigers

Meet Our Newest Tigers

  • Clemson Tigers Official Athletics Site
    Josh Sapp - TE
  • Clemson Tigers Official Athletics Site
    Antonio Williams - WR
  • Clemson Tigers Official Athletics Site
    Jeadyn Lukus - CB
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    Collin Sadler - OL
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    Wade Woodaz - LB
  • Clemson Tigers Official Athletics Site
    Adam Randall - WR
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    Robert Gunn - PK
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    Sherrod Covil Jr. - S
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    Toriano Pride Jr - CB
  • Clemson Tigers Official Athletics Site
    Blake Miller - OL
  • Clemson Tigers Official Athletics Site
    Cade Klubnik - QB
  • Clemson Tigers Official Athletics Site
    Jack Smith - P

Greenville, S.C.

Productive tight end following in the Clemson footsteps of his father, Patrick


Irmo, S.C.

Explosive threat with versatility as both a receiver and a return specialist


Wesley Chapel, Fla.

Punishing hitter who helped lead Jesuit High School in Tampa to a 37-2 record since 2019


Saraland, Ala.

Four-year starter at punter who also contributed at quarterback and tight end


Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Parlayed impressive 2021 season into being one of five finalists for “Mr. Football” in South Carolina


Strongsville, Ohio

Physically imposing blocker who continues Clemson’s recent pipeline of talented offensive linemen from Ohio


Inman, S.C.

SI All-American who helped power nearby Greenville High School to its best playoff run in school history


Austin, Texas

Highly touted quarterback who earned Gatorade Player of the Year honors in Texas for 2021


Seminole, Fla.

Competitive Florida native noted for his powerful leg


Chesapeake, Va.

Two-time Virginia state champion described by coaches as a physical ballhawk


Mauldin, S.C.

Coveted cornerback and national top-60 prospect from nearby Mauldin


St. Louis, Mo.

Missouri native who finished his prep career in Illinois and became one of the nation’s top corners 


Why Clemson?

Josh Sapp

“Clemson has been a dream school of mine for the longest, the culture is great, fan base is fantastic and is just a great place to be. Clemson is also a place where I know I will become successful in all aspects of life. I’m glad to be joining the Clemson family.”

Jeadyn Lukus

“I chose Clemson because of the amazing culture we got down here and the winning mentality.”

Collin Sadler

“I chose Clemson because of the people. They were always the same to me no matter the circumstance and brought me in like family.”

Wade Woodaz

“I chose Clemson because it has been my dream school for a while and the environment Coach Swinney has built is one of a kind.”

Adam Randall

“I chose Clemson because it feels like home to me. I love the family atmosphere on campus and I also have a good relationship with Coach Grisham. There’s no other place I would rather play college ball. Go Tigers!”

Robert Gunn

“I chose Clemson, because it is ‘different’ than most schools. Clemson cares about their students’ success on and off the field, but most importantly they want to ensure everyone reaches graduation. The culture and family atmosphere was immediately noticeable when I stepped foot on campus and began meeting the staff. I want to be around successful people that demand more and never settle for mediocrity. Coach Swinney wants to prepare his student athletes for life after football and he really cares about people.”

Antonio Williams

“I chose Clemson because the culture around the program is just different. I want to play for championships and compete against the best and have fun while doing it. I’m excited to be apart of the family and I’m all in.”

Toriano Pride Jr.

“I chose Clemson for the people and the coaches, every time I’m down there it just feels like home. Clemson is a 2nd home to me.”

Jack Smith

“I chose Clemson because it is family. Everybody there treats you like family, even if you just met them. Clemson is an awesome place with amazing people and an amazing coaching staff.”

Sherrod Covil Jr.

I chose Clemson University because there’s no other place I’d rather be in the country. Clemson felt like home as soon as I stepped foot on campus. I knew when I made eye contact with my mom and dad as we sat in Coach Swinney’s office. They saw it on my face and they gave me the look of approval. I knew from that point forward that Clemson would be my home for the next 4 years.”

Blake Miller

“I chose Clemson because the way that the program develops players both on and off the filed and because of the passion the coaching staff has for helping and developing their players.”

Cade Klubnik

“I chose Clemson because of many things but nothing stood out more than the feeling of home. When I step on campus, I automatically feel like I’m with my second family. Having to leave Texas and all that I’ve known, I’m at peace with knowing I’m stepping into a place like Clemson that is led by such an amazing person, like Coach Swinney. I am so thankful I get to have the opportunity to go there and get to work.”


National Signing Day Show

Coach Swinney's Press Conference

Fast Facts

  • 8 signees in Rivals250
  • 8 signees in ESPN300
  • 6 signees in 247Sports Top247
  • Entering this year, Clemson finished in the top 15 of at least one primary recruiting service
  • Signed 5 players from South Carolina
  • Signed players from 7 different states

Visit Signing Day Central and here to learn more about Clemson’s 2022 recruiting class.