Donte Grantham, a 6-foot-7 small forward from Hargrave (Va.) Military, pledged to Clemson on Friday.
“I Decided to go To CLEMSON UNIVERSITY!!!! #tigernation#ACC#Family#Orange !!,” He Tweeted.
The Rivals No. 66 player in the Class of 2014, he also considered Michigan.
“He’s a very good shooter, passer and great off the bounce,” Hargrave coach A.W. Hamilton told SNY.tv.
“He’s the total package. Great player, person, teammate and student-athlete. This is a home run get for Clemson.”
Said Team Takeover coach Eric Edwards: “He has an extremely high motor and competes on every possession. He’s a very skilled wing with a great size and has been working on his perimeter game for years. Finally it ha s all come together.”
The news was first reported by Scout.com.
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