A day after de-committing from the University of Florida, four-star wide receiver Frank Ladson announced an offer from Clemson on Wednesday via social media.
The 2019 prospect from Miami (Fla.) South Dade High told The Clemson Insider it was a “big time” offer for him.
“They’re known for wide receivers in the league and they’re the No. 1 school in college football,” Ladson said. “Says it all.”
Ladson (6-4, 170) had been a Gators commitment since March before formally withdrawing his pledge on Tuesday.
Clemson co-offensive coordinator and receivers coach Jeff Scott informed Ladson of his offer from the defending national champs.
“He talked about my film and the school and receivers that were there and what position they’re looking at with me,” Ladson said.
Ladson has yet to check out Clemson in person but plans to do so after adding the offer.
“I’ll be visiting,” he said.
Along with Clemson and Florida, Ladson owns offers from Auburn, Miami and Georgia among others.
In 10 games this season, Ladson logged 25 catches for 554 yards and seven touchdowns. He is ranked among the top 150 prospects in the 2019 class regardless of position.
Ladson is teammates at South Dade with 2019 four-star athlete Tyrique Stevenson, who reported an offer from Clemson on Monday before de-committing from Florida on Tuesday as well.