Here are the gifts the Tigers' program will be giving the president today.
Clemson's football program is making its visit to the White House today.
The Tigers are taking their trip to Washington, D.C. to celebrate their 2016 national championship season that ended with a victory over Alabama.
The ceremony is set to occur at 3 p.m. E.T.
During that ceremony, Dabo Swinney's team will reportedly present President Trump with two gifts - a white No. 1 jersey for the president himself and an orange jersey for his son, Barron, who moved into the White House over the weekend.
ESPN's Marty Smith has a picture of the jersey President Trump will receive.
Swinney said he's excited for the experience.
“It’ll be a great experience,” Swinney said, per the Post and Courier. “I got to do it as a player (at Alabama) back in 1992, the spring of 1993, so I’m excited for our guys to have an opportunity to go.”
ESPN will be airing the ceremony live at 3 p.m. E.T.