The recruiting train at Clemson keeps rolling right along, as the Tigers have landed a second commitment on Tuesday, this one from 4-star WR Bryant Wesco.
Wesco is the third player to commit since the big official visit weekend, joining 5-star Sammy Brown and 4-star WR TJ Moore. Moore also committed on Tuesday.
The 6-foot-2, 170-pound wide out, out of Midlothonian, (Tx), has 28 offers, including LSU, TCU and Southern Cal. However, it was Oklahoma that had been considered the favorite to land the talented prospect due to his connections to the program, including a sister that played volleyball for the Sooners.
Wesco’s commitment now gives Clemson 11 verbal pledges in the 2024 class that is now solidified inside the Top 10 of the rankings.
He is the eighth best WR in the country per the Composite and one of the Top 50 players in the country. During his junior season he had 58 catches for 1,160 yards and 17 TDs and averaged 20.0 yards per reception.
Wesco is the second wide receiver to commit, joining Moore, who announced on Tuesday.
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