Tag Archives: Clemson

Mandrew’s Summer Running Back Rankings

Andrew Harbaugh | July 16th, 2019

Yesterday we had the joy of having my top five quarterback rankings released, which can be found below, that was just the start of this scouting frenzy.

We had some surprising names in the top five and when I rounded out my top ten on twitter I think I shocked some more people with some new names and some names people were higher on. Continue reading

A Scouts Rose Ceremony: The Running Backs

Andrew Harbaugh | June 11th, 2019

The Bachelorette is already heavy into its current season and while Hannah Brown searches for love I have found love in the form of running backs this week. Continue reading

MLB Draft Preview: Logan Davidson

Alex Kielar | May 25th, 2019

Logan Davidson, SS (Clemson)

Height: 6’3”

Weight: 185

Age: 21

Bats: Switch

Throws: Right

2018 Stats: .292/.408/.544, 15 HR, 46 RBI, 68 SO, 43 BB

2019 Stats: .296/.414/.588, 15 HR, 55 RBI, 55 SO, 43 BB

Logan Davidson was born December 26, 1997, in Charlotte, North Carolina. His father Mark played at Clemson in 1982 and played six years in the majors for the Twins and Astros. Mark earned a World Series ring with the Twins in 1987. Logan lettered all four years at a Providence High School while being an excellent two-way star. He led Providence to a state title his junior year while being great at the plate and on the mound, and was selected as an All-American and won the North Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year his senior season. During this season, Davidson batted .456 with eight home runs, 16 doubles, 42 runs scored, and 47 RBI, while also boasting a 10-0 record with two saves, a 1.28 ERA, and 75 strikeouts in 61 innings on the mound. Following this season, Davidson signed with Clemson and was also drafted in the 30th round by the Philadelphia Phillies, but elected to go to Clemson. Continue reading

National Championship Preview

Dale Money | January 7th, 2019

Monday night’s National Championship game, which will be played at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, will feature powerhouses Alabama and Clemson for the third time in four years. Nick Saban will be looking to overtake Bear Bryant with the seventh title of his career. As for Clemson, they have not been back to the National Championship since Deshaun Watson led the Tigers to a National Title win against Alabama, back in 2017.

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