Tigers land four-star defensive lineman Isaiah Campbell 

The class of 2025 just got bigger. 

Clemson football landed another junior commit, with four-star defensive lineman Isaiah Campbell announcing his commitment to join the Tigers on Monday morning. 

It’s another huge get for defensive lineman coach Nick Eason, who now has two top prospects from the class of 2025: Campbell and Amare Adams. 

Campbell is a consensus top 100 player in the class, being the No. 6 rated defensive lineman from the junior class. The Tigers picked him up from Durham, North Carolina, being the No. 3 prospect from the state, according to 247Sports. 

Campbell’s commitment continues the incredible streak that Clemson recruiting is on at the moment. He is the fourth player in the last week to commit to the Tigers. With the North Carolina native bringing in the ninth four-star from this class, Clemson is now ranked second in recruiting rankings (247Sports Composite). 

The 6-foot-4, 260 pound prospect was featured in Clemson’s Junior Day festivities, which took place over this past weekend. He chose the Tigers over teams like Alabama, Georgia, Notre Dame and Penn State. 

Fans will be excited to see Campbell in the trenches for the Tigers in seasons to come, and with an incredible skill set for his size, the future is bright in Death Valley. 

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