Sports Update For Monday, July 15th, 2019; Kirkland and Arrington To Be Inducted Into Clemson Ring Of Honor
(Seneca, SC)—-The Clemson baseball team has announced their most recent recruiting class back on Friday. 12 players have signed to play with the Tigers in a class that is ranked #25 in the country by Perfect Game and #18 by the average player ratings.
Eight of the 12 players signed are pitchers, with two infielders, one outfielder and one catcher signed as well.
Two signees were also selected in the 2019 MLB draft.
All twelve players are eligible to wear a Tiger uniform as freshman starting in the 2020 season.
Former Clemson All-Americans Levon Kirkland in football and Deliah Arrington in women’s soccer will be inducted into Clemson’s Ring of Honor this fall.
Both former student-athletes will be honored at a Clemson football game this fall while Arrington will also be honored at a home women’s soccer match.
Kirkland played at Clemson from 1988-1991 and was a two-time All-American and three-time first-team All-ACC selection as an outside linebacker. Kirkland played 11 years in the NFL and was an All-Pro.
Arrington was an All-American for the Tigers in 2000 and 2002, the first two-time All-American in the history of the 25 year sport at Clemson. She was also named the ACC player of the year in 2002.