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4-star lineman won't soon forget Clemson visit

One of the country’s top sophomore offensive line prospects returned to Clemson for the Auburn game earlier this month.

Knoxville (Tenn.) Catholic four-star tackle Bryn Tucker enjoyed Clemson’s win in Death Valley and said the visit was a memorable one he won’t soon forget.

“It was awesome,” Tucker told TCI. “Definitely a game that I will remember attending for a long time. The coaches were great and the fan base was incredible.”

The visit marked Tucker’s first to Clemson since the Orange & White spring game back in April.

Tucker had a chance to catch up with offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell, whom he has built a good relationship with in the initial stages of his recruitment.

“He said we need an offensive lineman like you on our team and to keep working hard and being a leader on my team,” Tucker said of his talk with Caldwell.

Though only a prospect in the class of 2020, Tucker already has offers from Alabama, Louisville, LSU, Mississippi State, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Tennessee among others.

While Clemson hasn’t yet offered, Tucker feels it is one of the schools showing the most interest early on.

“Clemson is one, and Tennessee and Alabama,” he said. “Those schools are the most.”

Tucker isn’t naming any early leaders, but Clemson has certainly made a favorable impression.

“It will definitely be up there with my schools once I narrow it down,” Tucker said. “Clemson is definitely a team I can see myself playing for.”

Tucker is ranked among the top five offensive tackle prospects and top 30 overall prospects in his class.

He was teammates with wide receiver Amari Rodgers at Knoxville Catholic before Rodgers moved on to Clemson.

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