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Dylan Sumner-Gardner has decommitted from Clemson. I think he will probably end up at Texas A&M.
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by Brian Perroni 18 months ago
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lol awesome, it just gets better and better
Thanks Brian ...
What we posted on Jan. 16
Here's a note about 2014 DB commit Dylan Sumner-Gardner of Texas.
As you'll recall, we just posted a story today with quotes from his coach that said he's a solid Tiger commit. Well, a few hours later, Texas A&M offered. Our sources close to the situation out there inform us the Aggies are a major, major threat to Clemson. Not only is TAMU kind of a buzz program right now, but one of Sumner-Gardner's teammates -- safety Kameron Miles -- is a 2013 Aggies commit. Miles isn't just his teammate, as it turns out. We're told he's basically like a big brother. At this point, we are not writing off Clemson just yet. Sumner-Gardner has been a fan of the Tigers for awhile and actually sought them out. That is important to remember. However, this Aggies' offer is going to make things very interesting.
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It's hard to get that footprint in Texas even with Venables and Morris, the ESPN hype Texas A&M recieved has paid huge dividends.
1. At least he's giving Clemson plenty of time here ...
2. Didn't another Clemson site report today he was 100% to CU? Actually, that's probably more bad luck than anything -- but still makes you chuckle a little.
We may not always be first, but we're darn sure gonna try our best to be as close to 100% accurate as humanly possible.
This post was edited by Keith Niebuhr 18 months ago
Not sure about the other site reporting that...yall have them beat
Hahaha. Thanks ....
Everyone has something like that happen. It's bad luck. Bad timing.
And well, you gotta write what the kid tells you.
Fortunately for us, Brian is real close to that situation.
So it wasn't a real shock.
If we weren't shocked, I doubt Clemson was. That staff is all over the place.
This is so early, it gives Clemson plenty of time to recover ... and this weekend is a big one.
What an amazing level of talent CU has coming to junior day.
So much for Clemson being his "dream school"
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lol all these kids this weekend will sign in the sec...we will get all fallbacks..lol
supposedly he says Clemson is still the favorite in an interview just put out, but most people say he will be an Aggie in a month.
Not surprised by this.
he said he was 100% but still looking
I take these '14 "commits" with a grain of salt anyway. It's hard to get a lot of kids to keep their commitment with a month left, much less a year plus.
أود أن أكل الجبن مع الخبز بلدي في يوم بارد
We shouldn't accept commits from 15 and 16 year old kids with 1-1/2 to 2 years before they sign.
Another another note what a shocker a once Clemson commit heading to the SEC
In reality, how many commits/legit targets has Clemson lost to the SEC? By that I mean, how many potential recruits has Clemson lost directly by playing the ACC?
Nkemdiche? - I'd say that has more to do with momma than the SEC.
Jenkins? - UT was dream school and dad's alma mater.
Lawson? - CU didn't recruit him until after Nkemdiche's decommit when Lawson had already been committed to Auburn for months.
Robinson? - Maybe.
Clark? - Another late, late offer and may go B1G.
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