Clemson signee picks MLS over kicking for Dabo

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Clemson signee Tanner Tessmann signed a three-year contract with FC Dallas on Thursday, opting to start his skilled soccer profession over enjoying with the Tigers.Tessmann signed with Clemson soccer in December and would have additionally kicked on the soccer group. Although Tessmann had by no means performed soccer, coach Dabo Swinney is shut mates with Tessmann’s father and watched his soccer profession take off from a younger age.Throughout Tessmann’s signing day information convention in December, Swinney stated he was the one individual on the planet who knew Tessmann’s soccer potential as a result of “he may bomb it 45 to 50 yards within the eighth grade.”Tessmann, 18, initially from Alabama, joined FC Dallas Academy in 2016 as a midfielder and has scored 25 targets in 67 appearances on the U.S. Soccer Improvement Academy. His MLS contract runs by 2022, with membership choices for the 2023 and 2024 seasons, FC Dallas introduced.Tanner Tessmann (2001) vs San Antonio FC #DTID pic.twitter.com/BGSbth9sTR— FC_Dallas FR 🇫🇷 (@FCDallasFR1) February 13, 2020 “I am excited to get began,” Tessmann stated in an announcement. “Signing knowledgeable contract has been a objective of mine since I moved to Texas to hitch the Academy at 14 years outdated. I’ve made lots of sacrifices to get this chance, so it meant rather a lot to have my household right here with me in the present day.”Clemson does return beginning kicker B.T. Potter, however Swinney stated he was wanting ahead to working with Tessmann as effectively.”He is the most effective athletes,” Swinney stated in December. “He may go play D-I basketball. He may most likely begin at receiver at Clemson. He may most likely play security at Clemson. He is a 6-foot-2 phenom. He can fly. He is pretty much as good athlete as I’ve ever seen.”


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