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Texas Offensive Lineman Decommits from Clemson

March 1, 2024

Welp, that didn’t last long, as four-star OL Jaylan Beckley‍ announced his decommitment from Clemson moments ago. Beckley a 6’5 305 pounder from Trinity Christian Academy in Addison, Texas told us last month that he “felt like Clemson was the place since the first time I visited.”

Beckley committed to Clemson in January, making it public after the Elite Retreat. At the time Beckley noted that everything “just felt right.”

Tonight, he tweeted the following message:

“I am so thankful to Coach Swinney, Coach Riley, and the entire coaching and support staff at Clemson. There are so many people that took the time to recruit me and made a sincere effort to build a relationship with me and my family. I met some incredible people at Clemson, including the other recruits, awesome Clemson fans, reporters & more - I truly wish them all the very best and I hope to maintain some of those relationships going forward. After much prayer, reflection, and countless discussions with my family and mentors, I've decided that I need more time to make this very big decision about where I will spend the next 3-5 years for my college career. The final decision was mine alone, and I do not take it lightly. I have nothing but love for Tiger Town. Thank you for all that continue to support me on this journey, I'm extremely blessed to have some incredible opportunities ahead. My recruitment is officially re-opened.”

Now, minus Beckley, Clemson’s class drops to 10 committed prospects in the 2025 class. We’ve reached out to Beckley for an update.


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