Clemson has offered 2023 cornerback Terrance Brooks. (John Byrum/Getty Images)

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Clemson offers cornerback Terrance Brooks, 2023 prospects set June unofficial visits

Clemson offers cornerback Terrance Brooks

CLEMSON — Clemson has extended its second defensive back offer in less than a week.

Class of 2023 cornerback Terrance Brooks announced his offer from the Tigers on Twitter on Wednesday night. The John Paul II (Plano, Texas) native finished the 2019 season with 47 tackles, nine pass break ups and three interceptions. He added a sack, too.

Standing at 5-foot-11 and 190 pounds, he holds offers from Alabama, Florida, Oregon and Texas, among others. His father, Chet Brooks, was a safety at Texas A&M who played three years for the San Francisco 49ers. Rated as a four-star, he’s in the 247Sports Composite’s top-100 recruits.

Brooks’ offer comes less than a week after Clemson offered Jayden Bellamy, a cornerback in the 2022 class. A three-star recruit from Bergen Catholic (N.J.), Bellamy holds offers from Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State and Notre Dame, along with others. Still, Clemson’s offer carries plenty of weight for the 6-foot-1, 175-pound cornerback.


Four-star running back Justice Haynes will visit Clemson in June. (Justice Haynes/Instagram)

2023 prospects set June unofficial visits

Defensive end Tomarrion Parker and running back Justice Haynes will both be visiting Clemson this June.

Parker announced on Twitter on Tuesday that he’d be visiting with the Tigers June 5-6. A four-star defensive end from Central High (Phenix City, Ala.), he was named a MaxPreps Sophomore All-American and Alabama Sports Writers Association 7A all-state honoree last season. He finished 2020 with 57 tackles, 20 tackles for loss and 11.5 sacks. He currently holds offers from Auburn, Georgia and Penn State.

Haynes plans to be in Clemson on June 1. A top-100 recruit and four-star back, he rushed for 1,744 yards and 25 touchdowns on 176 carries this past season. The Blessed Trinity Catholic (Roswell, Ga.) product also has unofficials scheduled in June with Georgia, Alabama, Ohio State, Stanford and Notre Dame. His home-state school, Georgia, appears to be the early favorite.

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