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Clemson offers fast-rising prospect at Swinney Camp

Clemson has offered Twin City (Ga.) Emanuel County Institute 2019 defensive lineman Curtis Fann, he said via social media Wednesday following the morning workout of the Dabo Swinney Camp.

Fann (6-3, 245) has received all of his other offers from Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Georgia State, LSU, N.C. State, South Carolina and UAB since mid-May.

Fann has the ability to play both defensive end and tackle. Clemson defensive line coach Todd Bates visited his school during the spring evaluation period.

The Clemson Insider recently spoke with Fann, who said Clemson’s history of production along with the defensive line is part of the reason he likes the program.

“It’s good that they were national champions, but that’s not just why,” he said. “Clemson is a really good school and they produce really good defensive linemen.”

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