Pagan Commits to Tigers

Pagan Commits to Tigers


Pagan Commits to Tigers


All-American defensive end Jeoffrey Pagan has given a verbal commitment to the Clemson Tigers.

Pagan made the commitment Sunday as he finished his official visit to Clemson.  The 6-4, 260 pound defensive end gave head coach Dabo Swinney the good news.

Jeoffrey was selected for the US Army All-American game but was unable to particpate because of an injury.

Pagan becomes the 22 verbal commitment for the Tiger’s 2011 class.

More to come!



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