Corona (Calif.) Centennial defensive lineman Korey Foreman has de-committed from Clemson.
On Monday night, we were able to confirm through two sources close to Foreman that he is opening up his recruitment and is no longer committed to the Tigers. There had been a lot of smoke this could happen sooner then later and that ramped up even more over the weekend after he took all signs of Clemson off his social media.
Foreman, who’s the No. 1 rated prospect in the country in the 247Sports Composite, committed to the Tigers back in January while on an unofficial visit to the campus. His commitment looked rock solid, so much in fact that Foreman put a giant Tiger tattoo on his left arm just a few months ago.
Where will he end up? 247 Sports says it could be with Southern Cal.
Locally, USC is a school to watch and the Trojans have already been recruiting him aggressively over the last few months. Truth be told, they never stopped recruiting him, even after he committed to Clemson but have kicked things up a notch after several new hires along the defensive staff.
Clemson has an incredible track record of not losing players to de-commitments. The last time the Tigers had a de-commitment was back in December 2017 whenCordarrian Richardson backed off but that was academic related. This is the first flip for Clemson since Juwan Briscoe in 2014.