Richard planning another Clemson visit


Clemson recruiting coordinator Jeff Scott dropped by Calvary Day school Tuesday to check on 4-star tight end Milan Richard.

“Coach Scott came by today.   He talked with my coaches.  It was a good visit,” said Richard.

Milan told TCI that no other teams have been by to visit in the last week.  What is the prize recruit hearing from the Clemson staff?

“They want to get me back on campus.  They want to get me up for another visit,” replied Richard.

Is another visit to Clemson in the plans?

“Yes, I am not sure when, but I will get back up there,”replied Richard.

The last visit for Milan was to Tennessee.

“I went to see Tennessee two weeks ago.  It was a good visit, but they just had another guy commit,” said Richard.

Earlier Tuesday Jeb Blazevich gave a verbal commitment to Georgia.

“He was a great get for them.  I was happy for him,” said Richard.

How does Blazevich’s commitment to the Dawgs impact his thoughts on Georgia?

“I think they are only going to take one tight end,” replied Richard.

When asked about his current leaders, Richard responded, “I am not sure right now”.

Milan plans to make a decision over the next few months.

“I am going to make my decision before the summer,” said Richard.

What will be the most important factor when Milan selects his college destination?

“It will be the relationships I have with the coaches,” replied Richard.

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