Clemson offers NFL legacy

Clemson offers NFL legacy


Clemson offers NFL legacy


Clemson is the latest program to offer rising 2019 athlete Makiya Tongue from University Laboratory High School in Baton Rouge, La.

Tongue (6-2, 205) reported the offer on Monday morning.

The Tigers join a growing offer list that includes Auburn, Indiana, Kansas State, Kentucky, Missouri, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, Utah and others.

Tongue, who is the son of former NFL safety Reggie Tongue, has played wide receiver and multiple spots on defense for his high school. Tongue helped his team to an undefeated season and the Louisiana Division II state championship in 2017.

Tongue’s teammate, 2019 linebacker Bryton Constantin, received an offer from Clemson last week and is expected to visit Clemson this weekend.



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