One talented prospect on Clemson’s radar in the 2019 class is Monroe (N.C.)’s Traevon Kenion.
The four-star wide receiver was a notable performer at the Dabo Swinney Camp the past two years.
“I went to the camp this year and the one last year, and I loved it,” Kenion said. “It was great.”
Kenion (6-4, 210) carries offers from Boston College, Duke, Kansas State, Louisville, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina and Wake Forest. He named South Carolina, Wake Forest, Duke and Virginia Tech as the schools recruiting him the hardest right now.
Kenion is holding off on naming any leaders in his recruitment heading into his junior season.
“I’m keeping my options open,” he said. “I really don’t have an absolute favorite. I just want to make the right choice.”
Clemson is certainly an offer Kenion is hoping to add to his list.
“It would mean a lot to me,” he said. “It’s been one of my favorite schools since I was a kid, so it would be a amazing accomplishment.”
A few things about Clemson stand out to him based on his experiences at the school.
“The feel of Clemson,” he said. “It’s a great campus, and the coaching staff, they do a great job.”
Kenion is looking to make a decision at the end of his junior year.
Last season, he caught 26 passes for 618 yards (23.8-yard average) and eight touchdowns.
ESPN and Rivals rank him as a top-250 prospect in the 2019 class regardless of position.
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