Defensive end commits to Clemson with video chopping wood shirtless in forest

Defensive end commits to Clemson with video chopping wood shirtless in forest

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Defensive end commits to Clemson with video chopping wood shirtless in forest

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Logan Rudolph, a defensive end/linebacker at Northwestern High (Rock Hill, S.C.) committed to in-state Clemson with an interesting video posted on Twitter.

The video shows Rudolph shirtless with an axe chopping at a tree.

Rudolph had nearly 40 offers but committed to the Tigers just weeks after being offered. His offer came after former Northwestern High coach Kyle Richardson joined the Clemson coaching staff. He is the Tigers’ first in-state commitment thus far in the Class of 2017.

Rudolph is ranked as a four-star prospect and the No. 4 player in the state of South Carolina by the 247Sports Composite rankings. He is ranked as the No. 20 weakside defensive end in the nation.

He had offers from Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, USC and Southern California, among others.

 

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