Georgia DE Commits to Tigers

Camden County defensive end Rennie Moore made his commitment to the Clemson coaching staff on Saturday morning.

Coach Vic received some great news Saturday morning from one of the top defensive end prospects in Georgia.

"I just committed to Clemson about 30 minutes ago. I talked with coach Vic and head coach Tommy Bowden," Moore told shortly afterwards.

The coaching staff was thrilled to hear the news from the prize recruit.

"The coaches were overjoyed. They were very excited that I had decided to play for Clemson."

Rennie's father, who traveled with him to Clemson this weekend, was pleased with the decision.

"My dad and I came up last night. He thinks it is a great decision. He just wants to make sure I get a good education," he said. "Clemson is the place for me. I just want to play for the Tigers."

Moore's commitment to Clemson had been expected for quite some, however there was nothing official to report until earlier today.

Moore said in a recent interview about his upcoming senior season, "I want to get the state championship. I want to make sure I become a leader. I think that is very important. My personal goals are to end up with ten to 15 sacks. I will also try to go for 70 or so tackles."

With Moore's commitment, the Tigers currently have six verbal commitments for the 2007 class, including five players from the state of South Carolina, highlighted by 5-star QB Willy Korn and Moore from Georgia. Top Stories