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Where is Sheldon Reed on that list?
#3
this is 16/17. Reed's twitter says "Clemson Baseball '19"
#4
That Is the year he will graduate from Clemson. He just finished his sophomore year at SMC
#5
Ahhhh. That's an awkward way to phrase it (to me but I'm old), but makes sense. Noticed he retweeted the stories about his flip but not much else since.

Maybe Huck knows something.
#6
I don't have any inside information, but based on history...

A prospect can only sign one National Letter of Intent. As such, upon transfer (or in this case, a release prior to enrollment), a prospect does not sign a letter of intent with the second institution - instead he signs a grant-in-aid agreement (the literal scholarship agreement). Typically, Clemson does not allow a prospect to sign a grant-in-aid agreement until that prospect has cleared (at a minimum) the in-house admissions process, and in certain cases (such as when there are red flags) the NCAA Clearinghouse. However, until the grant-in-aid agreement is signed, the university cannot promote / address a prospect publicly.

My guess is that he hasn't cleared admissions / the Clearinghouse - most likely because he had to submit transcripts going back to high school (he wasn't a four year signee out of high school), and that isn't easy in July.
#7
I thought that may be it, or that maybe Reed was walking on.


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