Anglin: "Clemson felt like home"

TCI catches up with Clemson’s latest commitment Mack Anglin.  After visiting campus this weekend the Tigers landed a commitment from the elite right handed pitcher.

“Coach Lee, Coach See, and Coach LeCroy built a great relationship from the very begging of this process. My Parents and I decided to go on a unofficial visit this weekend. The staff , players, and facilities were all impressive. Clemson felt like home,” Anglin told The Clemson Insider.

Coach Lee was thrilled to get the good news from Mack.

“Coach Lee had a big smile on his face and was very happy. He is looking forward to helping me develop as a player, a teammate, and a young man,” said Anglin.

The Tigers landed the Ohio standout over some of the top programs in the nation.

“Cincinnati , Ohio state, Louisville, TCU, Kentucky, Michigan, West Virginia, were all considered,” said Anglin.

Mack will bring three strong pitches to the mound at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.

“I’ve been blessed with a good fastball. Along with a good feel for the curve ball and change up,” said Anglin.

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