Virginia Tech commit gets 'dream' offer from Clemson

Virginia Tech commit gets 'dream' offer from Clemson

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Virginia Tech commit gets 'dream' offer from Clemson

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Daleville (Va.) Lord Botetourt four-star offensive guard Jesse Hanson has received a big offer from Clemson.

Hanson, who committed to Virginia Tech in February, announced the news via Twitter on Thursday.

“Blessed to announce my Childhood dream school #Clemson has offered me a scholarship!” Hanson wrote.

Both of Hanson’s parents graduated from Clemson. His father’s youngest brother and mother’s brother are Clemson alumni, too.

Hanson (6-5, 296) has competed at the Dabo Swinney Camp the past six summers. He also visited for the Auburn and Florida State games in Death Valley last season after attending the spring game last year and the Syracuse game in 2016.
In addition to Clemson and Virginia Tech, Hanson lists offers from Georgia Tech, Indiana, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Duke, Iowa State, Nebraska, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, App State, Coastal Carolina and Liberty.
He is ranked by Rivals as the No. 10 prospect in Virginia and No. 13 offensive guard nationally for the 2019 class.

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