DE Rennie Moore Profile
Rennie Moore, a 6-4, 260 pound defensive end prospect out of Georgia received a strong push from the Florida Gators.
"They just came out of nowhere basically. They wanted me to come down for a visit," Moore told CUTigers.com. But I am not going to visit. I just told them I am going to be a Clemson Tiger."
The talented defender enjoyed his official visit to Tigertown last week.
"I loved it," he said. "It was a real nice visit."
Moore also said his offseason workouts have already started.
"Right now I am working out and running a lot," he said. "I am trying to work on my speed. I am trying to get ready for when I come this summer. I will be up there for the second summer session."
As CUTigers.com hung up with Moore, someone in the background could be heard yelling, "Go Tigers."
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