Clemson recruiting: 3 more Tigers commits receive U.S. Army All-American jerseys

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Clemson commits receive U.S. Army All-American jerseys

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection tour has been going strong for a while now, and a handful of Clemson commits already have received their jerseys.

Two more did so earlier this week to add on to the list. Kicker B.T. Potter and receiver Derion Kendrick were presented with theirs at a ceremony Wednesday at South Pointe High School (Rock Hill, S.C.), where the pair are vying for yet another state title.

The day before, Trevor Lawrence was given his at a ceremony at Cartersville (Ga.) High School. Lawrence is fresh off breaking yet another of Deshaun Watson’s state career passing records last week, and the accolades continue to pile up for him.

Kevin Harris says Clemson on his radar

Kevin Harris, a top-10 outside linebacker in the Class of 2019 and the No. 101-ranked player overall, per the 247Sports composite, was offered by Clemson last week. And this Saturday, Harris (Grayson H.S./Loganville, Ga.) will be in attendance to watch the Tigers play Florida State.

He visited for the Boston College game in September, and the reports from the coaching staff have been good so far.

“They really like my film and work ethic,” Harris told TheClemsonInsider. “They want me to be a part of their program and get a great education at Clemson.”

The visit to Clemson piqued his interest, as it does for most recruits.

“The Tigers are definitely on my radar after visiting a couple weeks ago,” Harris said. “I like the coaching staff, and the atmosphere was very unique compared to other schools that I’ve previously visited.”

So far, Clemson has a pair of 2019 commitments in wide receiver Brannon Spector (Calhoun, Ga.) and safety Joseph Charleston (Milton H.S./Alpharetta, Ga.).

Harris is one of a handful of recruits expected to be on hand when the Tigers play at Death Valley on Saturday afternoon. Florida commits Jaquaze Sorrells, a defensive end, and wide receiver Maurice Goolsby will be on hand, as will two 2019 prospects: defensive end Curtis Fann Jr. (Emanuel County Institute/Twin City, Ga.) and linebacker Steele Chambers (Blessed Trinity Catholic/Roswell, Ga.).

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