Wide receiver Kyrin Priester, who coming into summer was expected to compete for playing time as a freshman, will attend Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia this fall after failing to get through the NCAA Clearinghouse.
A standout performer at Brookwood High in Snellville, Ga., Priester was rated as high as the No. 20 wide receiver in the nation by ESPN.
In recent years, Hargrave Military in Chatham, Va. has been the prep school of choice for Clemson signees not approved for initial enrollment. Hargrave dropped its post-graduate football program earlier this year, however.
Priester expects to enroll at Clemson in January.
"Kyrin is a guy with really good ball skills and a really mature personality," Tiger wide receivers coach Jeff Scott said earlier this summer. "He comes from a good program."
The Tigers have two freshman wide receivers working in camp - Mike Williams and T.J. Green.