Clemson has been a force within the ACC over the last half decade, and quarterback play is a major reason for that. Having the right guy at the most important position on the field is crucial in college football, and the Tigers have found answers in recent years with players like Tajh Boyd and Deshaun Watson.
Looking ahead, Clemson is in excellent shape at the position with Kelly Bryant showing flashes as a freshman, talented dual threat Zerrick Cooper committed to the 2016 class and touted high school junior Hunter Johnson pledged to the program’s 2017 class. On Wednesday, the Tigers landed another highly rated signal-caller in the class of 2017.
Georgia native Chase Brice is the latest quarterback to commit to the Tigers. The 6-3, 205-pound prospect revealed the news on social media:
— Chase Brice (@CBrice_2) December 17, 2015
The Tigers’ coaching staff offered Brice in June. He attends Grayson High School in Loganville, which is where current Clemson quarterback Nick Schuessler and cornerback Ryan Carter played their prep ball.
Brice is rated the No. 30 junior in Georgia on the 247Sports Composite. Clemson’s 2017 class is ranked No. 10 nationally.