Clemson picked up a commitment from 5-star 2020 defensive lineman Demonte Capeheart during the first session of the annual Dabo Swinney camp. We mentioned Capeheart the prior night in our precursor article, discussing the camp and players attending and how they can get noticed. He is a perfect example of a player that came into the same camp last year and earned an offer off of his performance.
Florida, Tennessee, South Carolina and UNC all had offers out to the Low Country product out of Hartsville, SC.
Just a couple days later, the Tigers picked up their second tight end commitment for the 2019 recruiting cycle, as Davis Allen a 3-star prospect out of Calhoun, GA, committed to Clemson on Sunday evening via Twitter. Allen is the 13th commit for the Tigers' 2019 class, with the expectation of a full class of 25 to be taken by February of 2019.
Photo by Robin Rudd /Times Free Press.
Allen comes off a Dabo Swinney camp stay last week that earned the fast-rising tight end the offer. subsequently leading to Allen's commitment on Sunday.
Stay tuned, as we will be reaching out to the newest commitment and getting his thoughts about Clemson and being "All In" with the Tigers.
Finally, the Tigers picked up another big commitment the day after that of Davis Allen, as Sunshine State product Hunter Rayburn committed to the Tigers out of the blue following recent visits to in-state Florida and FSU along with a visit to Texas A&M. Rayburn was in town just last week during Dabo's camp and now makes the 14th addition to the Tigers' 2019 commitment list. Stay tuned, as we reach out to Rayburn and report more on this big news!
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