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Westphal Commits to Florida

July 10, 2023


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Clemson missed out on another top offensive line prospect as four-star OT Fletcher Westphal‍ chose the Florida Gators over Clemson, Georgia, Arkansas, and Auburn.

Westphal (6’8, 330-pounds) is the second offensive lineman to land in the SEC over Clemson in recent days, as four-star William Satterwhite‍ chose Tennessee over the Tigers in a head-to-head matchup.

Had Westphal committed to Clemson, he told us that the “family environment” was one thing that stood out to him and that it isn’t replicated in a lot of programs.

Ultimately, he’s heading to Gainesville and will play for Billy Napier, who was a GA at Clemson from 2003-2004 and then returned to Tiger Town from 2006-2010, taking over as offensive coordinator when Swinney was elevated to head coach in 2009.

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Westphal Commits to Florida

2,173 Views | 2 Replies | Last: 10 mo ago by Barnyard Bird
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Well that sucks.
Barnyard Bird
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Yeah-- it sounds like he was headed to Clemson until the weekend. But you never know anymore.
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