Dabo Swinney has been recruiting his son for the past 18 years.
Dabo Swinney's son Will officially signed his national letter of intent to join Clemson's football team as a walk-on next season.
"I have been recruiting this kid for 18 years and paid his mother a lot of money," Dabo Swinney joked with reporters.
“I've never recruited anyone who has worked harder to achieve his dreams than my son,” Swinney added. “He's special. I just couldn't be more proud. I couldn't wait to get up this morning and introduce him.”
Watch Dabo Swinney discuss the signing below:
Will Swinney played receiver at Daniel High in Clemson and said he is willing to contribute to the Clemson program in any way to help the team win.
He joins a recruiting class that features five-star quarterback Hunter Johnson.