Clemson Commitments Update

Wondering how Willy Korn, Crezdon Butler, Michael Wade and other Tiger commitments did last weekend?

QB Michael Wade - Clemson verbal commitment Michael Wade completed 6-of-18 passes for 51 yards in a 21-0 loss to Greer Friday night. Wade remains firm to Clemson.

P Richard Jackson - Jackson punted eight times for a 39.8 yard average in Riverside's 21-0 loss to Greer. Jackson remains firm to Clemson.

QB Willy Korn - Junior signal caller Willy Korn will face off against Spartanburg Monday evening. In his last game against Greenwood on Sept. 30, Korn rushed 15 times for 191 yards and four touchdowns. He also completed 21-of-28 passes for 306 yards and two more scores in Byrnes' 62-34 win over Greenwood. Korn remains firm to Clemson.

CB Byron Maxwell - Maxwell is not playing football this season after tearing his ACL during the summer. He remains firmly committed to Clemson.

CB Crezdon Butler - Asheville's Crezdon Butler intercepted a pass in a 14-3 win over Roberson. "I think we have the potential to be the best defense in the state," Butler told the Asheville Citizen-Times afterwards. He also passed for a season-high 159 yards in leading Asheville to another win, and a 6-0 record to start the season.

WR Kendrick Johnson - Johnson caught Dillard High's only touchdown pass of the game in a 33-8 loss to Glades Central. On the play, he tipped the ball to himself to make the catch. Johnson still considers himself committed to Clemson, but he's also looking at Georgia.

TE/DE Jamie Cumbie - Clemson commitment Jamie Cumbie led Morris High in tackles with six as Morris destroyed Oswego East, 61-0. Cumbie visited Clemson for the Miami game earlier this year and remains firmly committed to Clemson. Cumbie has also been selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Jan. 7 in San Antonio.

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