Conn has eye on intriguing Atlanta DB

Conn has eye on intriguing Atlanta DB

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Conn has eye on intriguing Atlanta DB

Atlanta (Ga.) Carver four-star safety Quindarious Monday has an offer sheet featuring prestigious programs from across the Southeast, and it’s easy to see why.

The physical 6-foot-3, 175-pounder is rangy and good in man-coverage situations. He is athletic and has the type of length and ball skills that coaches covet.

Clemson safeties coach Mickey Conn is well aware of his talent and has been in touch with the intriguing prospect.

“I talk to coach Mickey every now and then,” Monday told The Clemson Insider. “He said he likes my talent, likes how long I am and physical. He loves my game, he’s just got to wait for the other coaches to see it.”

Monday is visiting Alabama today. He mentioned Auburn, Cincinnati, Florida, Florida State and Tennessee as other schools he wants to visit this spring or summer.

He also hopes to check out Clemson for the first time.

“I’m trying to make time to visit,” he said. “I want to visit Clemson.”

Monday touts offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, Oklahoma and Tennessee among others.

He said Auburn leads and is recruiting him the hardest with schools such as Florida, Florida State, Tennessee and Georgia.

Monday hasn’t divulged a timetable for a commitment. His planned major, sports communication, and a place his parents can easily travel to will be important factors in his decision.

If Clemson were to offer in the future, the Tigers could emerge as a true contender.

“Their coaches are great and their program is great,” Monday said of Clemson. “All the people that go to the league from Clemson always have success.”

Monday is ranked as the No. 5 safety and No. 84 overall prospect in ESPN’s Junior 300.

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