Clemson has landed its second commitment in the class of 2019.
Calhoun (Ga.) wide receiver/safety Brannon Spector committed to the Tigers on Saturday night. He announced the news via social media.
“First, I would like to thank God for blessing me with the ability to play the game I love,” Spector wrote. “I would like to thank my friends, family, as well as my football family, consisting of the teammates, coaches, trainers, and everyone who has gotten me to where I am today. Thank you to all of the schools that have shown interest to me in this process… With that being said, I am blessed to announce that I am committing to Clemson University!”
Spector is the son of former Clemson wide receiver Robbie Spector and brother of Clemson freshman linebacker Baylon Spector. His sister is a cheerleader at Clemson.
Clemson offered Spector following his performance at the Dabo Swinney Camp in June. He was told at the time that he could be a receiver or safety depending on how he develops physically.
Spector joins Alpharetta (Ga.) Milton four-star safety Joseph Charleston, who committed to Clemson earlier this month, in the Tigers’ 2019 class.
Stay tuned to TCI for more on Spector’s commitment.