Streeter explains impact of winning 2 national titles on the recruiting trail

Streeter explains impact of winning 2 national titles on the recruiting trail

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Streeter explains impact of winning 2 national titles on the recruiting trail

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After signing 27 new members of the Clemson Family during the early signing period in December, an additional two future student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday to play football at Clemson.

Clemson recruiting coordinator Brandon Streeter meet with media on Wednesday to discuss the additions of Michel Dukes and Mason Trotter and a whole lot more.

Watch Streeter’s press conference on TCITV.

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