TE Xavier Littleberry
6-6, 245, 4.7
Camden Miliary Academy
Camden, South Carolina
CUTigers.com reported first earlier this evening that both Durrell Barry and Xavier Littleberry were likely going to be Tigers. We just didn't realize it would happen so quickly!
Littleberry became the second verbal commitment to the Tigers this weekend, after giving his pledge to head coach Tommy Bowden.
"The visit went great," said Littleberry in an interview with CUTigers.com late Sunday evening.
"I talked to Coach Bowden last night at his house. I told him I wanted to come to Clemson. He was real proud and real excited."
"I am really excited to be committed to Clemson," added Littleberry.
The Camden Military standout will be looked at first as a tight end, but don't be surprised to see him get a hard look on the defensive line at some point as well.
"He has good hands. He has good speed and he has great potential," said his head coach at Camden Military, Will Rice. "He's got enormous talent. He's really only played a few years of organized football."
Xavier, who was recruited to Clemson by wide receivers' coach Dabo Swinney, was hosted by Clemson defensive end Gaines Adams and chose the Tigers over Kentucky.
Littleberry ended up having to stay at Clemson one more night due the inclement weather in the upstate. We will continue to keep you updated on Xavier Littleberry, right up through signing day.
Xaiver Littleberry Commits to Clemson
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