One of The Clemson Insider’s stops on our Tour of Champions on Friday night was at C.F. Bolden Stadium in Columbia, where Johnson High hosted Clemson commit Josh Belk and Lewisville High (Richburg, S.C.).
Belk had a number of tackles, including several tackles for loss, and helped lift Lewsville to a 42-14 victory.
After the game TCI went one-on-one with Lewisville head coach William Mitchell, who spoke on Belk’s performance, what he will bring to the table for the Tigers in the future and much more. Watch our interview with Mitchell on TCITV:
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