Morris Commits After Camp Offer

Morris Commits After Camp Offer

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Morris Commits After Camp Offer

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Monday the Clemson staff added another commitment when Coffee County offensive lineman Maverick Morris called the staff to tell them he wanted to be a Tiger.

The 6-5, 290 pound lineman attended the Dabo Swinney High school camp on Friday and impressed the staff enough to earn his first offer.  After traveling home and talking with his parents Maverick decided he was ready to join the Tiger’s commitment parade.

The Douglas, GA standout is the first offensive line commit for the Tiger’s 2013 class.  Morris becomes the tenth verbal commitment for the Tiger’s 2013 class.

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