How to watch Clemson commitments play in the Shrine Bowl

How to watch Clemson commitments play in the Shrine Bowl

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How to watch Clemson commitments play in the Shrine Bowl

The Shrine Bowl kicks off at 2 p.m. Saturday at Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C.

Three Clemson commitments were selected to the annual all-star game that features the top prep players in the Carolinas.

Clemson commitments in the Shrine Bowl:

  • Jake Venables, 4-star LB, Central (S.C.) Daniel
  • Derion Kendrick, 4-star ATH, Rock Hill (S.C.) South Pointe

** Roebuck (S.C.) Dorman OL and Clemson commit Jordan McFadden was also named to the Shrine Bowl roster but will not play after suffering a knee injury in the 5A state title game two weeks ago.

Both Kendrick and Venables will represent the Palmetto State on the Sandlappers squad. Kendrick will wear No. 15, while Venables will sport No. 24.

Other Clemson recruits in the Shrine Bowl:

Five-star Clemson target K.J. Henry (No. 24) will suit up for the North Carolina team. The Clemmons-West Forsyth defensive end will announce a commitment to either Clemson, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina or Virginia Tech on Dec. 20.

A few former Clemson targets were selected to the North Carolina squad as well, including Cary-Green Hope four-star wide receiver Jordyn Adams, Shelby four-star linebacker Dax Hollifield and Hillsborough-Orange four-star linebacker Payton Wilson.

How to watch the Shrine Bowl

The game will be aired live on ESPN3 and the WatchESPN App. It will be re-aired at a later date on ESPNU.

Clemson commit Derion Kendrick during Shrine Bowl practice this week at Dorman High

Clemson commit Jake Venables during Shrine Bowl practice this week at Dorman High

Clemson target KJ Henry during Shrine Bowl practice this week at Dorman High

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