Clemson football safety talks Gamecocks tight end Nick Muse | Rock Hill Herald

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South Carolina added a tight end to its roster this summer with the addition of transfer Nick Muse from William & Mary.

A star from South Carolina’s biggest rival knows Muse’s game well and believes the Gamecocks are getting a player with a lot of potentials.

Clemson safety Tanner Muse is the older brother of Nick Muse and has watched Nick play football for years. He broke down Nick’s strengths and weaknesses when meeting with the media at the ACC Kickoff event in Charlotte last week.


“He’s definitely more of a receiving type of tight end. He can get open pretty good. He’s got good moves,” Tanner said. “He definitely needs to work on his blocking and things like that… He’s bigger than me, but he’s definitely a receiving tight end.”

Nick caught 30 passes for 453 yards in seven games, with three starts as a freshman at William & Mary in 2018. He decided after the 2018 season that he wanted to transfer to a Power 5 school, and Tanner helped him with the recruiting process.

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