Spencer Region Commits To Clemson On National Signing Day

Big guys don't typically make stealthy moves, but offensive lineman Spencer Region's last-minute switch to Clemson counts as that sort of surprise. That's because he was once committed to both Alabama and Auburn, and came into National Signing Day with offers from neither school.

Region took his last official visit to Clemson, though, and that was apparently enough to sway him to play his collegiate career in orange and white. The massive (6'5", 331 pounds) offensive line prospect should fit into Clemson's line as one of the larger guards in the nation, but recruiting observers are skeptical that Region's truly done picking schools after his tumultuous recruitment.

This is the peril of playing the recruiting game, even for coveted players like Region: play out the string for too long, and you're the one who will get played.

For more on Region and the rest of Clemson's recruiting, join the discussion at Shakin' the Southland. Our National Signing Day schedule has the full slate of high-profile announcements.

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