The 6-4, 295 pound prospect visited Clemson today along with his coach. "I had a great visit. The campus was amazing. I loved it," said Etta-Tawo.
Coach Bowden wanted to meet with the prize recruit and have him visit the campus before accepting his commitment to the Tigers. "I met with Coach Bowden. He wanted to know about me and my background. When the meeting was over he said everything was final and he accepted my commitment."
"I'm glad it's over. I am so excited. My parents are excited as well."
Etta-Tawo becomes the 19th commitment to the Tigers for the 2005 recruiting class.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding lineman from Georgia, right up through signing day 2005.
Etta-Tawo's Commitment Accepted
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