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.
Four-star Texas product details interest in finalists before commitment
4 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
Texas safety Andrew Mukuba breaks down each school on his final list as his commitment date looms.
NFL: Former Clemson defensive linemen shine in Week One action
Clemson Football ⋅ 13 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
Former Clemson defensive linemen were making plays in week one of NFL action plus a receiver has a career high in his new uniform.
Cade Stewart is ready to lead Clemson's offensive line with talent, few starts
Clemson Football ⋅ 17 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
Cade Stewart is one of many former Daniel High (SC) players to suit up for the Clemson football team and in his fifth year with the program, he will get his second career start on Saturday at Wake Forest.
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To play or not to play? The decision is not easy for anyone involved in college football
Clemson Football ⋅ 27 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
A few Clemson football players had more than the COVID-19 Pandemic to consider when they chose to play football this season. We recently spoke with a parent of one high-profile NFL prospect about the decision to play.
Lannden Zanders has always wanted to win the lottery, Clemson might be the ticket
Clemson safety Lannden Zanders has dreamed of playing for the Tigers and in the NFL. He also dreams of taking care of his family with that pro career or sooner if his number is called.
Clemson extends its cornerback search to the state of Maryland
The Clemson coaches continue to search for their first cornerback commit after losing the pledge of Jordan Hancock to the Ohio State Buckeyes. The latest offer went to an athlete who is being heavily recruited to play another position.
Unprecedented Times
Clemson receiver commit Beaux Collins addresses losing his senior season as California put an end to fall sports this week. Plus, the early enrollee spoke about losing a second member from the Tigers' 2021 recruiting class.
In-state guard is first to commit, front court help should follow
Clemson basketball recruiting for the 2021 class appears to be picking up with the commitment of in-state guard Joshua Beadle. Beadle was the first to commit and the focus should be on post players moving forward.
Greenville native with Clemson offer: "I hope we have school. I miss it."
After receiving a Clemson football offer a month ago, Collin Sadler continues to communicate with the staff as he prepares for a very unique junior year.
Florida cousins first to receive 2022 offers from Clemson: "They only offer elite guys"
Clemson has the attention of two of the best players in the state of Florida. The former prep teammates won't rule out the possibility of a reunion in college, either.
A Father's Words: "We want people to know that you were raised the right way.”
3 mo ago by Tyreese Ingram
Tremayne Anchrum Sr. spoke with us about his relationship with his son, former Clemson and current L.A. Rams tackle Tremayne Anchrum Jr., and the special bond between the two.
Tig Willard glad NASCAR is back even without high fives and chest bumps
4 mo ago by Tyreese Ingram
Will sports return? That has been a popular question for months now. MMA and NASCAR started without fans in attendance last week and other sports could follow. We spoke to former Clemson linebacker Jonathan Willard, a pit crew member for NASCAR driver Quin Houff, about restarting the season.
Recruiting Notebook: Tigers zero in on two top targets
Two of the top players in the 2021 football recruiting class shortened their list of schools and a Top 100 basketball recruit dropped his Top 6.
Clemson: A family tradition, decades in the making
Richie Luzzi-Liggins dreamed of playing football for Clemson, but success in another sport brought him to his grandfather's alma mater. Now, the New Jersey native had his freshman track season cut short amid the COVID-19 pandemic after waiting decades for another family member to be a Tiger.
Clemson makes top four for high-valued quarterback, plus other recruiting updates
We've got several recruiting updates on Clemson football's 2021 targets.
Father of California commit explains why Clemson is the right choice
The pipeline from California to Clemson has opened up recently and its been a success for both the school and recruits thus far. Rising sophomore receiver Joseph Ngata, from Folsom, CA, is set to start in 2020, and Beaux Collins will join the receiver group in 2021.
Defensive back/playmaker with LSU ties talks Clemson, recruitment
Travis Etienne came to Clemson from the state of Louisiana and may leave as one of the best to play college football. The Tigers are on the shortlist of another playmaker from the state who hopes to visit the campus soon.
Swinney, staff are key to Clemson making cut for top signal-caller
Clemson is a finalist for another top quarterback. A five-star recruit, according to 247Sports, Caleb Williams spoke highly of Dabo Swinney in a statement on why the Tigers made the cut.
Texas recruit "everybody doesn't get the opportunity to play at Clemson"
Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables extends an offer to a fast-rising safety prospect from Austin, TX.
Canadian forward will add versatility and scoring to a talented Clemson roster
The Clemson basketball team had their moments in a disappointing 2019 season and have reason to believe that 2020 could be better. There is talent, experience and scoring returning and a recruiting class that includes Canadian standout Olivier-Maxence Prosper, a candidate for early playing time.
 
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