Country’s No. 1 2019 O-tackle calls Clemson offer ‘a true blessing’

While visiting Clemson with several prospects from Michigan on Friday, Belleville (Mich.) four-star offensive tackle Devontae Dobbs received an offer from the Tigers.

“It’s a true blessing,” Dobbs told The Clemson Insider. “I love Clemson, they made me feel at home. It’s a true blessing.”

Clemson offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell delivered the news to Dobbs, who is ranked by 247Sports as the No. 1 offensive tackle, No. 1 prospect from Michigan and a top-10 prospect regardless of position in the class of 2019.

“He said that I’m their kind of guy, I fit their program,” Dobbs said.

Dobbs (6-4, 270) previously made the long drive to Clemson last October for its top-five matchup with Louisville and told TCI recently that it was the best and loudest crowd he has experienced.

Friday’s visit gave Dobbs a better chance to tour the campus and see the facilities, including the $55 million football operations complex that was officially opened in February.

“They have some great facilities,” he said.

Dobbs’ list of other offers includes Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State and Tennessee.

He said Alabama, Miami, Michigan State, Ohio State and Penn State are recruiting him the hardest right now.

Where does Clemson sit after pulling the trigger on the offer?

“They are high on my radar,” Dobbs said.

Dobbs and the Michigan prospects will also travel to Alabama and Georgia on the road trip.

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