2012 Signing Day Headquarters

2012 Signing Day Headquarters

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2012 Signing Day Headquarters

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The wait is finally over.  National Signing Day has arrived.  Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney, recruiting coordinator Jeff Scott and the Clemson Tigers looks to sign another top ten class.

Follow all of the returns as TCI track’s the faxes by the minute as the future Tigers sign their Letters of Intent and fax them to the WestZone.

As the LOI’s are signed we will update the list below.

The faxes will start coming in right after 7:00 AM.  Check back often to see which of the Clemson verbal commits are now official Tigers.

2012 TCI Signing Day Headquarters

Prospect Ranking Position HT/WT Hometown/School LOI
Travis Blanks
DB 6-1/195 Tallahassee, FL
North Florida Christian
Enrolled
Jay Guillermo
C 6-3/290 Maryville, TN
Maryville
Enrolled
Patrick DeStefano
OL 6-5/275 Spartanburg, SC
Dorman
Enrolled
Zac Brooks
RB 6-2/180 Jonesboro, AK
Jonesboro
Enrolled
Oliver Jones
OL 6-6/185 Ninety-Six, SC
Ninety-Six
Enrolled
Bradley Pinion
P 6-4/195 Concord, NC
NW Cabarrus
Enrolled
Kevin Dodd
DT 6-5/275 Greer, SC
Fork Union
Enrolled
Isaah Battle
OL 6-7/270 St. George, VA
Fork Union
Enrolled
Chad Kelly
QB 6-3/210 Buffalo, NY
St. Joseph
7:04
Germone Hopper
WR 6-0/170 Charlotte, NC
Berry
7:36
Ronald Geohaghan
DB 6-2/190 Fairfax, SC
Allendale-Fairfax
7:51
Jay Jay McCullough
TE 6-5/240 Fort Mill, SC
Nation Ford
8:04
Josh Brown
DT 6-5/275 Aiken, SC
Aiken
8:13
Martin Aiken
DE 6-3/245 Bamberg, SC
Bamberg
8:27
Shaq Lawson
DE 6-3/240 Central, SC
Daniel
8:36
T.J. Burrell
LB 6-1/200 Goose Creek, SC
Goose Creek
8:56
Carlos Watkins
DT 6-4/275 Forest City, NC
Chase
9:33
Cordrea Tankersley
S 6-2/190 Aiken, SC
Silver Bluff
10:16
Marty Williams
DB 6-1/190 N Augusta, SC
Fox Creek
11:03
D.J. Reader
DT 6-3/310 Greensboro, NC
Grimsley
12:00

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