No. 1 Palmetto State recruit: 'How bout them Tigers'

No. 1 Palmetto State recruit: 'How bout them Tigers'

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No. 1 Palmetto State recruit: 'How bout them Tigers'

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The top-ranked prospect in the Palmetto State and one of the nation’s top cornerbacks visited Clemson this weekend.

Mauldin (S.C.) four-star Jeadyn Lukus was on campus for the Elite Retreat and enjoyed himself as evidenced by his post on Twitter Sunday evening:

Lukus (6-2, 185) is ranked as the No. 1 prospect in the state of South Carolina for the 2022 class by 247Sports and Rivals, both of which consider him a top-50 national prospect regardless of position.

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