Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud has some football talent in his family, as his brother, Kobe McCloud, committed to Clemson Wednesday night.
— Kobe Mccloud3️⃣ (@Kmccloud3423) January 27, 2022
Kobe McCloud is a linebacker in the 2022 class out of Gaither High School in Tampa, Fla. He is ranked No, 111 in the country at his position and ranked No. 141 in the state of Florida by 247sports. In his senior season, he was a two-way player, racking up 70 tackles, 12 for a loss, with three interceptions as well. On offense, he featured at quarterback, rushing for 158 yards on 25 carries.
Kobe McCloud was originally committed to Florida International in Miami, doing so in August 2021. After receiving an offer from Clemson on Jan. 9, he decided to decommit from FIU on Jan. 12, went on a visit to Clemson on Jan. 21 and then committed tonight to join the Tigers, his older brother’s alma mater.
Kobe and Ray-Ray also have a brother in college, Jordan McCloud, who has played for South Florida and is now a quarterback at Arizona.