Clemson Commitment Finally Back on the Field

Last season was frustrating for Clemson verbal commitment Rennie Moore as he watched his Camden County teammates from the sidelines after suffering a broken leg.

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However this year, the standout defensive end is back on the field and off to a quick start to his senior season.

In fact, the 6-4, 260 pound prospect took the field for the first time in over a year this past weekend.

"We played this one at our house. We dropped one this week. We lost by a touchdown," Moore told CUTigers.com. "But I did pretty good. I had three tackles for loss, one sack, four solo tackles and a few assists."

How did it feel to see the field again?

"It felt good to play with the ‘Dirty D' again," replied Moore. "This week we play in the Georgia Dome. On September 2 we play Brookwood. We are working hard to prepare for this one."

The Clemson coaching staff continues to keep in touch with the future Tiger end.

"Coach Vic and coach Rumph are writing me all the time. I have been talking with coach Vic off and on," Moore said. "Right now I know I am going to go down and watch Clemson against Florida State. Me and my dad are going to swing up to Clemson to see some games. I can't go this week because we play on Saturday."

What are Moore's goals for his final year in high school?

"First I want to win the state," he said. "I want to have a record season this year. I want to have about 80 tackles and about 15 sacks."

Moore, a three-star prospect, is currently ranked as the No. 35 player in Georgia by Scout.com.

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