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Who's up next? Clemson begins private contact with 2024 recruits

September 2, 2022

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September 1 is always an exciting day for high school prospects and one of the most important dates on the recruiting calendar. It marks the first day college coaches can privately communicate with high school juniors. According to NCAA rules, this communication includes emails, direct messages, texts, and recruiting materials. 

Clemson had a busy day, reaching out to dozens of the nation’s top prospects, including hot 2024 targets Derek (DJ) Lagway‍, Asaad Brown, and Alex Taylor‍.

We look into some athletes Clemson has reached out to since September 1 at 12:01 a.m.

DJ Lagway (Willis, Tex.): The Tigers have a knack for recruiting top quarterbacks and are in hot pursuit of Lagway, a 2024 4-star. He is a consensus top-five signal caller in the class and holds one of two offers the Tigers have extended at the position. 


Alex Taylor (Grimsley, N.C.): It’s clear that the Clemson coaching staff views the 6’3 pass-catcher as a priority recruit in the junior class. Taylor recently stated that he plans to visit a game this fall. The Tigers offered him on his birthday in June.

Asaad Brown (Oscar Smith, Va.): Brown is a 4-star cornerback and one of the top recruits in Virginia. He’s one of four corners Clemson has offered in the class and was on campus in June.

Jordan Seaton‍ (St. John's, Washington, D.C.): He’s been a national recruit since his first year of high school and is one of the class’s top interior offensive line prospects. He’s a high-ceiling four-star and has the potential to earn a fifth star from major recruiting outlets in the next year. He is among several talented prospects at St. John’s, a top-25 nationally-ranked program in Washington, D.C.

Jeremiah Beaman‍ (Parker, Ala.): It’s no secret that Clemson has recruited the defensive line position well under head coach Dabo Swinney. Beaman is one of the four elite defensive linemen Clemson has offered so far in the class. Developing a solid early relationship will be important in Beaman’s recruitment. He’s from Alabama, and the Tigers already have stiff competition for his services from Auburn and Alabama, among other programs.

Luke’s Take:

The Tigers have offered 29 players in the junior class and will likely extend +60 more over the following calendar year. Establishing strong relationships with skill players like Alex Taylor will be essential as Clemson will probably attempt to add elite playmakers to their 2024 group.

Additionally, the Tigers have not offered a running back yet in this class. The 2024 running back group has some depth and includes superstar recruits Jerrick Gibson‍ (IMG, Fla.), Kameron Davis (Dougherty, Ga.), and Stacy Gage‍ (Wharton, Fla.). Clemson is the only team in the ACC that hasn’t offered a running back in the 2024 cycle. Boston College has extended offers to 27 running backs - while Clemson has only offered 29 prospects in the entire 2024 class. With former NFL running back CJ Spiller coaching the position at Clemson, I am curious to find out which prospects catch his eye.

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