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.
Etienne's success at Clemson could hit home on Monday
Clemson Football ⋅ 11 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
Travis Etienne scored three touchdowns in the Fiesta Bowl to help No.3 Clemson advance to play No. 1 LSU in New Orleans, LA on Monday, Jan. 13. Does he have another special performance left in him on a special day for him and the Clemson football program?
'He was raised the right way,' Isaiah Simmons continues to make home state proud
Clemson Football ⋅ 15 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
Butkus Award winner Isaiah Simmons helped lead Clemson football over Ohio State and back to another national title game. Another title would be three in four years for the Tigers and the former Olathe North High (KS) product.
K'Von Wallace, Malcolm Greene overcome odds thanks to prep coach who focuses on life
Clemson Football ⋅ 17 days ago by Tyreese Ingram
Highland Springs head coach Loren Johnson teaches his defensive backs multiple positions in the secondary and all of his student-athletes the importance of being a good young man. He has one former player at Clemson now and another just signed with the Tigers.
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Unaffected by change, Alabama receiver signs with Clemson
Clemson football added the top receiver in Alabama on Wednesday. Despite the recent coaching moves at Clemson, E.J. Williams admits there is one thing that could have altered his decision.
Clemson gets a five-star surprise commitment on Saturday
Clemson continues to build the 2020 football recruiting class by adding a five-star linebacker from the Tar Heel state.
Defensive commit is not worried about rankings "they can just turn on the film."
Clemson football has one of the nation's best defenses in the country again this season and one of the top recruits, although not as heralded as three defensive classmates, is ok with his ranking and ready to keep the defense on top.
Muse family thankful for both sides of the Palmetto State rivalry
Shannon Muse will only have one son playing on Saturday in the Palmetto State Championship, but she and her husband are thankful for the opportunity both Clemson and South Carolina have given their sons Tanner and Nick.
Etienne's jersey retired, brother leads Jennings to playoff win
Clemson junior running back Travis Etienne Jr. had his Jennings High football jersey retired on Friday surrounded by family. After the ceremony, he watched younger brother Trevor help Jennings win a 3A playoff game.
Ajou is ready for the next challenge
Ajou Ajou left Canada to compete in football in the United States and possibly get a scholarship. After a solid season at Clearwater Academy International, he will be headed to Clemson this summer.
After a big playoff win, Tchio will be in Clemson on Saturday with future teammates
Clemson will have a few football commits and prospects in Death Valley on Saturday as they finish conference play against Wake Forest.
Friday Night Capsule: 2021 visitor, best performances, all-star game rosters
The high school football season in entering the playoffs and prestigious all-star games are selecting the best-of-the best to fill their rosters. We take a look at who performed well this past weekend and which Clemson football 2020 commits made an all-star team.
The prospects for Renfrow's success in California look golden
When he left Socastee, Hunter Renfrow believed Clemson was the best place for him. Oakland head coach John Gruden drafted him because he thought he was right for Oakland. After scoring touchdowns in back-to-back weeks, Renfrow is making that decision look golden.
Arkansas tight end says a Clemson offer "would be a blessing"
Parkview (AR) tight end is looking forward to stepping on the Clemson campus and building a relationship with the coaches.
Friday night capsule: California prep matchup had Clemson vs Alabama appeal
No. 2 St. John's Bosco's matchup with No. 1 Mater Dei got a lot of attention this week mainly because both teams are perennial powers in California and across the nation, but also because their quarterbacks are committed to No. 4 Clemson and No. 1 Alabama.
Both Clemson basketball programs on fire on the recruiting trail
Building a program isn't easy, but both Brad Brownell and Amanda Butler took strides in the right direction over the past 24 hours.
South Carolina's top player picks in-state school
P.J. Hall, the No. 1 basketball player in South Carolina for the 2020 class, picks the Tigers over another ACC school.
Friday nights: A fantastic four is headed to Clemson
No. 3 Clemson lost a talented defensive front before this season but the replacements are fairing well, and the Tigers are still feared. But looking ahead to the incoming defensive linemen class, things could become scarier for the Tigers' future opponents.
Friday night capsule: Two future Tigers clash in a battle of unbeatens
3 mo ago by Tyreese Ingram
Undefeated Georgia powers McEachern and Hillgrove battle to a controversial end and Venables has another big game for Daniel.
Underrated North Carolina basketball product picks up Clemson offer
Kuluel Mading, an underrated 2021 basketball recruit, picked up an offer from Clemson basketball earlier this month, and he is interested in the Tigers.
Recruiting capsule: Ennis, Venables and others continue to show play making skills
3 mo ago by Tyreese Ingram
It's time again to highlight the best performances from the weekend of the Clemson football commits. Here's our state by state breakdown of what happened across the country.
 
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