Venables signs NIL deal

Venables signs NIL deal


Venables signs NIL deal


Clemson safety Tyler Venables announced his first name, image and likeness deal on Thursday.

Venables signed with Go Puff, a service that delivers snacks and groceries.

The sophomore safety and son of defensive coordinator Brent Venables recorded 24 tackles, 1.0 for loss, and three pass breakups in 214 snaps over 12 games last season.

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