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Clemson expressing interest in North Carolina lineman

Charlotte (N.C.) Harding 2018 offensive guard Jovaughn Gwyn returned to Clemson on March 4 for junior day.

It was his first time on campus since the Louisville game last October. He also competed in the Dabo Swinney Camp last summer.

“It was great. Me and the family had a good time,” Gwyn told The Clemson Insider. “The practice was cool to watch, getting to tour around the campus and the new facility, then getting to talk to some of the coaches there.”

Gwyn (6-3, 290) spoke primarily with offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell and area recruiter Danny Pearman.

“They talked to me about some of the education things of Clemson,” Gwyn said, “and how much they liked how I play and the way I play.”

Gwyn has offers from Duke, Georgia Tech, N.C. State, South Carolina and Wake Forest.

Clemson is taking a limited number of offensive linemen this cycle, and Gwyn is on the Tigers’ board as they continue to evaluate him.

“They have three more spots for my class for linemen,” he said.

Visits to North Carolina and Georgia Tech are among those coming up for Gwyn.

Gwyn’s teammate, 2019 athlete Quavaris Crouch, visited Clemson for the junior day as well and picked up an offer from the Tigers.

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