So far, Cumbie has 74 solo tackles and 11 sacks on defense with 301 receiving yards from his tight end position this year for Morris High. In terms of recruiting, the 6-foot-6, 255-pounder gave Clemson his verbal commitment in the middle of the summer, and that commitment remains solid.
"I took my (Clemson) official visit for the Miami game (9-16)," Cumbie said. "I had a great time and I've definitely made the right choice. I got along well with everyone and I just felt at home.
"I really don't have anyone calling me besides Clemson, which is nice. I'm done with the recruiting stuff. I'm just trying to help my team win a state championship."
Cumbie and his Redskins teammates are 7-0 right now and play rival Oswego this weekend.
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