5-star: 'Death Valley I'm here!!'

5-star: 'Death Valley I'm here!!'


5-star: 'Death Valley I'm here!!'


One of Clemson’s headlining visitors for this weekend’s Elite Retreat let the Twitterverse know he arrived to Tiger Town on Friday night.

Greensboro (N.C.) Grimsley five-star defensive lineman Travis Shaw is on campus, as expected.

Shaw (6-5, 310) is ranked as the No. 4 defensive lineman and No. 9 overall prospect in the 2022 class per the 247Sports Composite.

Shaw has been a priority Clemson target for a long time and has built a strong bond with defensive tackles coach Todd Bates as well as Dabo Swinney.

“Coach Swinney, he’s a great coach, been a great coach for a long time,” Shaw told The Clemson Insider this spring. “My relationship is real strong, too. He checks up on me every time he can. He’s a busy man, so whenever he gets the opportunity to shoot me a text or come get on the phone when I’m on the phone with Coach Bates, he pops his head in and stuff like that. So, it’s real good.”

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