South Carolina prospect flips commitment from Virginia Tech to Clemson

Jordan McFadden, a 6-foot-4, 290-pound offensive tackle from Roebuck, South Carolina, switched his commitment from Virginia Tech to Clemson.

The 3-star 2018 prospect made the news official courtesy of his Twitter account.

McFadden is the No. 16 ranked player in South Carolina.

McFadden initially committed to Virginia Tech on July 4. Clemson offered McFadden on Aug. 1 and he visited the campus on Nov. 18.

Clemson now has 12 commits for the Class of 2018. McFadden is the first offensive tackle to commit for Clemson’s 2018 class.

Clemson’s 2018 class is currently ranked No. 14 national and No. 2 in the ACC.

With the loss of McFadden, Virginia Tech now has 23 commits for the Class of 2018, including two offensive tackles in 3-star prospects Luke Tenuta and Christian Darrisaw.

Virginia Tech’s 2018 class is currently ranked No. 16 nationally and No. 3 in the ACC.

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