A group of prospects from Georgia with Team 3 Sports and Fitness, an organization in Conyers, Ga., that specializes in sports performance training, visited Clemson on Saturday. The recruits were able to spend time with Clemson coaches and players as they checked out the new facility.
In this edition of What They Are Saying, we look at what is being said about their visit!
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Monte Lee wanted his players to get back to their winning ways. His players obliged him. Thirteenth-ranked Clemson completed its sweep of Wake Forest this weekend with an impressive 9-4 (…)
Kennedy Swann shot a one-under-par 71 and Sydney Legacy continued her consistent play with a one-over 73 to lead Clemson to a third-place team standing after two rounds of the 2018 ACC Women’s Golf (…)
Doc Redman had a 66 and Bryson Nimmer added a 67 to lead Clemson to a 10-under-par 277 team score on Sunday and a second-place finish out of 12 teams at the 2018 ACC Men’s Golf Championship at The Old North (…)
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Clemson catcher Kyle Wilkie continued his hot play at the plate as he recorded a home run and a two-run double in No. 13 Clemson’s 9-4 victory over Wake Forest Sunday at David (…)
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Thirteenth-ranked Clemson got back-to-back home runs from Chris Williams and Grayson Byrd in the fifth inning Sunday, and then two more long balls from Kyle Wilkie and Drew Wharton (…)
Ramon Robinson talks to Kelly Bryant a lot. They text each other or talk just about every day. Of course, since Robinson is the Clemson quarterback’s personal coach, they will discuss football and what he (…)