Signing Day Show - Reeves Football Complex

12/18/19

Time Name Pos HOMETOWN // HS
7:17 am Bryan Bresee DL Damascus, Md. // Damascus HS Bio
7:19 am Sergio Allen LB Fort Valley, Ga. // Peach County HS Bio
7:20 am John Williams OL Canton, Ga. // Creekview HS Bio
7:23 am E.J. Williams WR Phenix City, Ala. // Central HS Bio
7:28 am Demarkcus Bowman RB Lakeland, Fla. // Lakeland HS Bio
7:32 am Demonte Capehart DL Hartsville, SC // IMG Academy (Fla.) Bio
7:33 am Myles Murphy DE Marietta, Ga. // Hillgrove HS Bio
7:43 am Bryn Tucker OL Knoxville, Tenn. // Knoxville Catholic HS Bio
7:46 am Tré Williams DL Windsor, Conn. // St. John's College High School (Washington, D.C.) Bio
7:50 am Tyler Venables S Norman, Okla. // Daniel HS (SC) Bio
7:58 am Fred Davis CB Jacksonville, Fla. // Trinity Christian Academy (Fla.) Bio
8:01 am Trenton Simpson LB Charlotte, NC // Mallard Creek HS Bio
8:02 am Kobe Pryor RB Cedartown, Ga. // Cedartown HS Bio
8:03 am Kevin Swint LB Carrollton, Ga. // Carrollton HS Bio
8:09 am Malcolm Greene CB Richmond, Va. // Highland Springs HS Bio
8:09 am RJ Mickens S Westlake, Texas // Southlake Carroll HS Bio
8:17 am Trent Howard OL Birmingham, Ala. // Briarwood Christian HS Bio
8:23 am Sage Ennis TE Graceville, Fla. // Lincoln HS Bio
8:48 am Tanner Tessmann K Birmingham, Ala. // Lone Star HS Bio
8:51 am Walker Parks OL Lexington, Ky. // Frederick Douglass HS Bio
9:30 am Paul Tchio OL Milton, Ga. // Milton HS Bio
9:38 am Mitchell Mayes OL Raleigh, NC // Leesville Road HS Bio
10:10 am DJ Uiagalelei QB Inland Empire, Calif. // St. John Bosco Bio
1:14 pm Ajou Ajou WR Brooks, Alberta, Canada // Clearwater (Fla.) Academy International Bio
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WR // Brooks, Alberta, Canada // Clearwater (Fla.) Academy International

Brooks, Alberta native became the first Canadian signee in Clemson history after he posted an impressive 17.6 yards per reception last year while at Clearwater (Fla.) Academy International.

BIO

LB // FORT VALLEY, GA. // PEACH COUNTY HS

High School Butkus Award semifinalist who was a consensus top-200 player after leading his Peach County team to a 48-9 record in his four years as a starter.

BIO

RB // LAKELAND, FLA. // LAKELAND HS

Unanimous five-star prospect who rushed for 5,081 yards in three years at Lakeland High School, averaging an unbelievable 11.4 yards per rush and totaling 71 career touchdowns.

BIO

DL // Damascus, Md. // Damascus HS

Maryland native joined Clemson ranked as the No. 1 player in the nation according to both 247Sports and Rivals.com, earning All-America honors from Sports Illustrated.

BIO

DL // HARTSVILLE, SC // IMG ACADEMY (FLA.)

Ranked in the top 50 in the country according to most outlets after a prep career that included three years at Hartsville (S.C.) High School and one season at IMG (Fla.) Academy.

BIO

CB // Jacksonville, Fla. // Trinity Christian Academy (Fla.)

Consensus top-60 player nationally who ranked as high as the No. 25 player in the nation according to PrepStar, which called him the nation’s third-best cornerback.

BIO

TE // GRACEVILLE, FLA. // LINCOLN HS

All-around athlete who will play tight end at Clemson after a high school career in which he contributed at tight end, defensive end and quarterback.

BIO

CB // RICHMOND, VA. // HIGHLAND SPRINGS HS

Four-star signee who led Highland Springs High School, which produced current All-ACC Clemson safety K’Von Wallace, to 5A state titles as a sophomore and junior.

BIO

OL // BIRMINGHAM, ALA. // BRIARWOOD CHRISTIAN HS

Extremely versatile offensive lineman who contributed at all five positions on the line at Birmingham’s Briarwood Christian High School.

BIO

OL // Raleigh, NC // Leesville Road HS

Joined Clemson ranked as high as the 14th-best player in the country, according to ESPN.com, which also named him the second-best offensive tackle in the nation.

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S // WESTLAKE, TEXAS // SOUTHLAKE CARROLL HS

Son of former NFL star Ray Mickens, RJ was a four-year starter at Texas powerhouse Southlake Carroll, helping the Dragons to a 13-1 record in 2019

BIO

DE // MARIETTA, GA. // HILLGROVE HS

Consensus top-10 selection out of Hillgrove High School who ranked as high as No. 3 among all players in the nation, according to ESPN.com.

BIO

OL // LEXINGTON, KY. // FREDERICK DOUGLASS HS

Becomes Clemson’s first signee from Kentucky since 2002, giving Clemson another unanimous top-100 prospect in this class.

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RB // CEDARTOWN, GA. // CEDARTOWN HS

Versatile athlete from Cedartown, Ga., who played football, basketball and baseball and won the Ironman Award as Region 5A’s top two-way player.

BIO

LB // Charlotte, NC // Mallard Creek HS (NC)

Five-star linebacker who ranked as high as the No. 13 player in the nation, according to 247Sports, after leading Mallard Creek High School in Charlotte with 20 sacks last season.

BIO

LB // CARROLLTON, GA. // CARROLLTON HS

Four-year starter and three-year captain who has been one of the most productive players in Georgia over the last four years, adding 41.5 sacks among his more than 350 career tackles.

BIO

OL // MILTON, GA. // MILTON HS

Played offensive line and defensive line and some Wildcat quarterback at Milton (Ga.) High School, ranking as the nation’s No. 82 overall player according to 247Sports.

BIO

K // BIRMINGHAM, ALA. // LONE STAR HS

Future two-sport star at Clemson, an FC Dallas Development Academy product who will kick for the football team in addition to starring for Mike Noonan’s men’s soccer team.

BIO

OL // KNOXVILLE, TENN. // KNOXVILLE CATHOLIC HS

Consensus four-star lineman who continues a pipeline of talent from the Knoxville area that has produced Amari Rodgers and Tee Higgins in recent years.

BIO

QB // INLAND EMPIRE, CALIF. // ST. JOHN BOSCO

Ranked as the consensus top quarterback in the country after leading St. John Bosco to a state title and potential national title in 2019.

BIO

S // NORMAN, OKLA. // DANIEL HS (SC)

All-state defensive back who also played quarterback at Daniel High School, finishing his career as the school’s passing yardage leader (6,927).

BIO

WR // PHENIX CITY, ALA. // CENTRAL HS

Continues national top-125 player who continues a pipeline of talent from Phenix City (Ala.) Central High School, which produced Clemson’s Justyn Ross and Ray Thornton III.

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OL // CANTON, GA. // CREEKVIEW HS

Three-year starter and two-time all-state selection in Georgia helped Creekview earn a 6A quarterfinal berth as a junior.

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DL // WINDSOR, CONN. // ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL (WASHINGTON, D.C.)

Connecticut native who competed at Washington, D.C.’s St. John’s College High School and ranked as high as the No. 39 overall player in the nation, according to ESPN.com.

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