- Dave Hooker, Reporter, RecruitingNation
Jeb Blazevich was able to see two of the schools he is considering this weekend. The results were mixed.
The Watch List prospect was primarily in Clemson to see the Tigers' offerings. He also saw South Carolina, which beat its archrival 27-17. Blazevich seemed a bit disappointed in the reaction from the crowd.
"It was intense, but not as intense as others," the junior from Charlotte (N.C.) Christian said, comparing the trip to the many others he has taken this fall. "Afterwards, all the fans were like, 'Oh well.' "
Despite that, Blazevich said he was impressed with other aspects of Clemson's campus. The family-feel atmosphere and offense were noted, he said.
"It was good," Blazevich said. "I really enjoyed the trip."
Blazevich is being recruited primarily by Danny Pearman, Clemson's special teams and tight ends coach. The 6-foot-5, 240-pound prospect has well over a dozen scholarship offers from ACC, Big Ten and SEC schools. Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Notre Dame, Michigan, Ohio State and South Carolina and Virginia Tech are some of the more notables.
Jeb Blazevich was able to see two of the schools he is considering this weekend. The results were mixed.The Watch List prospect was primarily in Clemson to see the Tigers' offerings.