Ingram, Tyreese
Tyreese Ingram
Contributing Writer
Tyreese Ingram has a Business Administration Degree (B.S.) from Presbyterian College and has covered Clemson sports for six years. He is currently a contributing writer for our site and Rubbing the Rock.
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Clemson gets USF standout from the Transfer Portal
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Clemson adds Florida big man to recruiting class
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Big Peach State receiver a late addition to Clemson’s class
Clemson adds another receiver to the 2021 football recruiting class.
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Brotherly Love
8 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
Clemson continues to wait on 2022 recruits and last week, two of the best from the class named the Tigers among their top schools. We take a look at those prospects, plus the brothers of a few current Clemson players in our recruiting update.
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Clemson 2021 Spring Game Preview
18 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
Spring football is back in Death Valley after a year away due to COVID-19. With highly-rated newcomers on campus and motivated veterans eager to play after a disappointing end to 2020, Saturday's game should be interesting.
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Could linebacker Kevin Swint's shift to defensive end become permanent?
21 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
Kevin Swint is a big linebacker at 6-foot-3 and 230 pounds. Could his cross-training at defensive end this spring begin a transition to the position?
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Recruiting Update: Walker headed to UGA, notable five-stars with Clemson in top group
Football Recruiting ⋅ 24 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
Clemson missed on five-star safety Malaki Starks this week and today linebacker Jalon Walker joined Starks at Georgia. However, the Tigers are still in contention for some big names in the 2022 class.
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Veteran knows where offensive line needs improvement
28 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
The entire Clemson football team is working hard this spring to improve and have a renewed focus after a disappointing end to 2020. One position group, the offensive line, will work on building depth and becoming more physical after being pushed around by the Buckeyes in the Sugar Bowl.
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Clemson loses experienced guard to the transfer portal
One of the most experienced players on the Clemson basketball team will enter the transfer portal.
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Deshaun Watson denies allegations of wrongdoing
1 mo ago by Tyreese Ingram
Former Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson denies any wrongdoing after a social media post from an attorney implies behavior from him towards a woman, may have been inappropriate.
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Clemson's talented freshmen beginning to show up in Spring Camp
Spring football practice is underway in Clemson, and head coach Dabo Swinney likes what he's seen from a few of his talented freshmen.
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Talent and questions remain for a Clemson secondary minus Derion Kendrick
1 mo ago by Tyreese Ingram
Derion Kendrick was an All-ACC performer in 2020 and Clemson has talent at left at cornerback but are they ready to step up and take Kendrick's place.
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Clemson has sights on the Big Dance and the program's future
1 mo ago by Tyreese Ingram
Last season, Clemson had several big wins and ultimately teased fans. This season, an appearance in March Madness may be imminent but what's in store for the program moving forward.
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Clemson's next class to have more in-state talent
Clemson continues to bring in recruits from across the country and the 2021 class like others since 2016, lack multiple in-state products. Could the 2022 class be different?
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Former Tiger has prominent roles in civil rights film "Son of the South"
2 mo ago by Tyreese Ingram
On Feb. 5, another former Clemson football player was in the national spotlight on film, not the field. He joined Daniel Rodriguez and Ray-Ray McElrathbey who were both recently highlighted for their respective roles in the movies, "The Outpost" and "Safety."
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Daniel Rodriguez is out to make Danny del Ray a household name
Former Clemson receiver Daniel Rodriguez has done a lot in his life, from serving in the Army, playing football, writing a book, touring as a motivational speaker, and acting in the movie "The Outpost." He is currently in Nashville, TN, sharing another talent of his with the world.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day: "I Have a Dream Too!"
As we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr Day, let's take a look back at his dream and the dream of Tennessee native Casen Jenkins, the No. 1 fan of former Clemson receiver Tee Higgins.
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Sugar Bowl Notebook | Cornell Powell always had a plan and he's on track to fulfill it
In 2016, as a high school senior Cornell Powell had a plan for a better future for him and his mom. After playing sparingly and accumulating modest numbers at Clemson, the redshirt senior receiver is finally turning heads and his plan is closer to being realized.
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For McElrathbey, Safety is Clemson and family
Former Clemson player Ray McElrathbey reflects on the aftermath of the premiere of "Safety" and his time at Clemson.
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Randall on choosing Clemson "It's a life decision"
Myrtle Beach receiver Adam Randall explains why Clemson was the best school for him.
 
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