Tyeus Clemons, a defensive end/outside linebacker from Harvest, Alabama has signed with the Boston College Eagles. This is a recruit that would have had a lot more attention if there were camps this year, but because of COVID-19 he didn't get the exposure he probably would have. Boston College was the first to offer Clemons, who jumped on the offer, after forming a solid relationship with defensive line coach Vince Oghobaase. He committed quickly after receiving the initial offer.
Other Offers: Tulane, Jacksonville State
Quotables: "They were the first to believe in me when no one else did."
"Looks amazing, exactly what you would think a good school should look like." (Clemons on BC)
He sounds amazing and really excited to get to know and coach me." (on Oghobaase)
Analysis: Clemons is a intriguing prospect but one that probably will take some time to get used to the collegiate speed. A ferocious defender with a knack for the ball, he could grow into Tem Lukabu's defense, but would not expect him to contribute right away. Because of his versatility Hafley could find a role for him though quickly.
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