Clemson has made the final cut with former Blythewood standout Jordyn Adams.
Adams announced the Tigers and North Carolina are in his final two schools Thursday night. He also considered Alabama, Ohio State and LSU.
Adams will make his decision at Nike’s The Opening, which will be held June 28-July 3 in Oregon.
Adams played at Blythewood through December before transferring to Green Hope High School in Cary, North Carolina. Adams’ father, Deke is an assistant coach at North Carolina.
The 6-foot-2 junior is No. 8 prospect in North Carolina by 247Sports and on ESPN’s Top 300 for Class of 2018. He was selected this month for Nike’s The Opening.
At Blythewood, Adams threw for 2,350 yards and 24 touchdowns and also rushed for 793 yards and 11 TDs. 247Sports ranks Adams as the sixth ranked prospect in the state for football in the Class of 2018.
Adams also is a baseball prospect and hit .494 with a homer and 18 RBI this year for Green Hope.