CB Marcus Edmond Profile
"Yes I am committed to Clemson," he said in a text message to CUTigers.com.
Edmond, who committed to N.C. State in June, remained firm with his pledge to the Wolfpack before Clemson stepped in with an offer.
Prior to his first commitment, Edmond held offers from Arizona and Wake Forest.
A two-star prospect, Scout.com ranks Edmond as the No. 135 cornerback in the class of 2013.
As a junior, Edmond rushed for over 900 yards and scored seven touchdowns. He also threw for nearly 700 yards with seven touchdown passes.
Edmond flips to Clemson
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