What They Are Saying: Son of former Tiger receives dream offer from Clemson

What They Are Saying: Son of former Tiger receives dream offer from Clemson

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What They Are Saying: Son of former Tiger receives dream offer from Clemson

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Greenville (S.C.) Class of 2022 tight end Josh Sapp received the offer he had been waiting for. The legacy recruit and son of former Clemson and NFL linebacker, Patrick Sapp, waited patiently for the good news he received Thursday.

Social media was buzzing after Sapp announced his offer Thursday afternoon. In the latest edition of “What They Are Saying,” we take a look at what some in the Twitterverse are saying about Sapp receiving an offer from his dream school.

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