Cade Klubnik is giving the nation a glimpse into the future of Clemson Football at the All-American Bowl on Saturday.
The Clemson signee and MaxPreps National High School Player of the Year started the game for the West squad, leading the team to touchdown drives on their first two possessions, with his arm playing a key role.
During the telecast, Klubnik was also named the All-American Bowl’s National Player of the Year, adding to his ever growing list of accolades.
Klubnik would watch from the sidelines during the second quarter but would return in the third, playing two more offensive series, one ending with his third touchdown pass of the day to South Carolina signee Landon Samson.
Klubnik is set to arrive at Clemson next week. The Austin Westlake product finishes his high school career unbeaten as the starting quarterback and having led the Chaparral’s to two consecutive state titles.
As a senior, the nation’s top-rated quarterback threw for 3,251 yards and 43 touchdowns while completing over 71 percent of his passes. Klubnik threw just three interceptions in 265 pass attempts and added 471 yards rushing to go with 12 more scores.
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