Defensive end Korey Foreman could play anywhere. There isn’t a single college football program in the country that wouldn’t welcome the Centennial five-star recruit with open arms. He’s that good, and he already knows where he will play at the next level.
Although just a junior — the nation’s No. 1 prospect for 2021, according to Rivals and the 247Sports Composite — the 6-foot-4 strongside defensive end from Corona, California has made up his mind. On January 26, Foreman announced he will be taking his talents to play for head coach Dabo Swinney and the Clemson Tigers when his high school career is over.
As they say, the rich keep getting richer.
DE Korey Foreman Commits to Clemson
Foreman’s offer list was as long as it is impressive. It featured college football powers such as Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, LSU, Miami, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, Tennessee, Texas, and Texas A&M, and Pac-12 schools Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington, and Washington State.
At the end of the day, however, it was Clemson who won the recruiting battle all the way in South Carolina after his Junior Day visit last weekend.
“God’s purpose is to make something great out of you! It is up to you whether you will fall in line with His leadership or resist it… I am 110% COMMITTED to Clemson University. #ALLIN”
Considering Clemson signed St. John Bosco quarterback DJ Uiagalelei — the No. 1 overall prospect for 2020 — this is another massive win. Say what you want about the Tigers’ cupcake schedule, but they get it done on the field to make the College Football Playoff and on the recruiting trail.
Foreman will absolutely be the headliner for Clemson’s 2021 recruiting class, but Swinney has struck gold with other prospects, too.
The Tigers have nine commitments for 2021, including eight four-stars in wide receiver Beaux Collins, defensive end Cade Denhoff, offensive tackle Marcus Tate, linebacker Jeremiah Trotter Jr., tight end Jake Briningstool, center Ryan Linthicum, wide receiver Decari Collins, and running back Phil Mafah.
It’s safe to say Clemson isn’t done with landing top prospects, either.
Korey Foreman Highlights
At 6-foot-4 and 265 pounds, all you need is a couple of plays to realize Foreman is the real deal, and why many say he has NFL-level talent. He’s incredibly explosive off the line with the size and athleticism to make it a nightmare for opposing quarterbacks.
Foreman deserves to be the top player in the class. You better believe Swinney and defensive coordinator Brent Venables are pumped to have landed him so early in the process, too.