When the Clemson Tigers football team visited President Donald Trump at the White House back in June, there was a pretty interesting backstory unfolding behind the scenes. Former Clemson wide receiver Kevin Youngblood, who suited up for the team from 2000-03, was in attendance. He wasn’t somehow invited as an honor by Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney. He’s not a member of the team’s coaching staff. No, Youngblood was at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenene to work. For nearly the past decade, Youngblood has worked as a Secret Service agent, tasked with security for federal grounds. That includes the White House itself. The story doesn’t end there. “I was looking for coach Swinney. I wanted to make sure the first smile he saw when he got to the White House was mine,” Youngblood said. “That was a great moment for both of us,” Youngblood said, via The Post and Courier. “He was my position coach when I was at Clemson and we went through a lot together. To be able to share that moment was surreal for both of us.” Swinney served as Youngblood’s wide receivers coach during his senior season back in 2003.