Clemson picked up their second commitment of the day when tight end Braden Galloway committed to the Tigers.
Galloway, a product of Seneca High School in nearby Seneca, S.C., announced his commitment via Twitter on Saturday evening following a visit to Clemson for the annual Orange & White spring game.
His commitment comes just three days after the Tigers offered him during a visit on Wednesday.
He was first offered by N.C. State last month.
The Tigers view Galloway in the mold of Jordan Leggett because of his similar size and ability to stretch the field.
Galloway, a two-sport star, broke onto the scene as a junior last season when he recorded 50 catches for more than 800 yards and nine touchdowns. The 6-foot-5, 218-pounder excelled on the basketball court, as well, earning region player of the year honors after averaging 20.7 points per game.
He becomes the eighth member of Clemson’s 2018 recruiting class, joining Cartersville (Ga.) quarterback Trevor Lawrence, Rock Hill (S.C.) South Pointe wide receiver Derion Kendrick, Richburg (S.C.) Lewisville defensive tackle Josh Belk, Snellville (Ga.) South Gwinnett defensive end Justin Mascoll, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy defensive end Xavier Thomas, IMG Academy linebacker Mike Jones and Central (S.C.) Daniel linebacker Jake Venables.