Brad Brownell and the Tigers pick up bigtime commitment (Photo by USAToday Sports)
Brad Brownell and the Clemson basketball program landed a bigtime commitment on Saturday from in-state combo-guard Josh Beadle out of Cardinal Newman High School in Columbia.
He is the Tigers first commitment for the 2021 recruiting class, and as a junior he averaged 17 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 assists per game.
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His recruitment really started to pick up steam over the last couple of months, as he picked up four offers in May, including the offer from Clemson. He chose the Tigers over Wake Forest, VCU, St Louis, and others.
Beadle is considered a four star prospect by Rivals, a three star prospect by 247, and is also a three star in the Composite Rankings. Rivals has him as the 110th best player overall, while 247 has him 88th overall. He comes in at 135 in the Composite.
He is 6-foot-3 and pushing 170 pounds as he heads into his senior year in high school. He has all the skills capable of playing in the ACC, but may need a year to develop physically once he arrives on campus. He will need to add a little bulk but without question has the frame to do so.