Clemson linebacker commit Tre Lamar has shown he can do just about everything on the field.
Lamar, the No. 3 outside linebacker and No. 112 player overall according to ESPN, has size, speed, instincts and football smarts and is a big reason Roswell (Ga.) is 7-0.
Lamar will finish his high school career in the Under Armour All-America Game on Jan. 2 in Orlando. He received his honorary jersey Friday when the Selection Tour presented by American Family Insurance came to his school.
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“I decided to play in the Under Armour All-America game because throughout my childhood I watched this game from players to like A.J. Green and to people like(2011 Under Armour game MVP) Anthony Chickillo who have played in the game before me and I decided it would be an awesome opportunity to go down to Florida and play in this game.”
Lamar says his commitment to Clemson is 100%, but that doesn’t mean other schools aren’t trying to sway him. Auburn and Florida said to still be in pursuit.
Tre Lamar awarded his Dream Champions award to his parents, George and Ilysse (Photo: Intersport)