Jeff Davis' twin sons, J.D. and Judah, commit to Clemson as 2015 greyshirts

They were part of a standout linebacking corps at Daniel High last fall

Friday, 2015 linebackers and Daniel's own J.D. Davis (left) and Judah Davis (right) committed to Clemson after attending Dabo Swinney's football camp. Pictured, they combine to tackle Blue Ridge's Ty Montgomery in the first quarter of their game at Daniel last year.

Photo by Nathan Gray

Friday, 2015 linebackers and Daniel's own J.D. Davis (left) and Judah Davis (right) committed to Clemson after attending Dabo Swinney's football camp. Pictured, they combine to tackle Blue Ridge's Ty Montgomery in the first quarter of their game at Daniel last year.

The Judge, revisited, times two.

The Clemson football program unexpectedly picked a pair of legacy recruits on Friday when 6-2, 215-pound twins J.D. and Judah Davis of Daniel High committed to the Tigers as 2015 greyshirts.

J.D. and Judah are the sons of former Clemson All-American and current staff member Jeff Davis.

Rising seniors at Daniel, the twins will graduate in December and plan to enroll as part-time students at Tri-County Tech in Pendleton in January, 2014. In January, 2015, they'll enroll as scholarship players at Clemson.

Both twins played linebacker at Daniel last fall alongside incoming Clemson freshman D.J. Greenlee.

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rsb8931#286014 writes:

If these boy are only half as good as their daddy was they will be outstanding football players at Clemson. Their daddy was the best linebacker I have ever seen in college football. Ask Hershel Walker how good Jeff Davis was!

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