Richardson Giving Clemson Good Look

Richardson Giving Clemson Good Look

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Richardson Giving Clemson Good Look

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By Keith McGonigle.

The biggest problem for Antonio Richardson, the 6’6” 310 lbs. offensive tackle from Nashville, will be narrowing down his list of over 25 scholarships and choosing a school.

“I’m very open right now; I do not even have a top 10. I am going to weigh my options for now. My dad and I are planning on taking some visits over the summer; we are visiting Notre Dame this month. I am planning on taking my 5 officials visits during the fall and some other unofficial visits,” said Richardson.

Antonio has been hard at work this summer taking summer classes to improve his GPA and working on improving his conditioning in football.

Clemson is definitely a school that is Antonio’s radar.

“My former teammate [2010 TE commit] Sam Cooper has told me some good things about Clemson, so I am looking forward to giving Clemson a really good look. I grew up watching them and I know they have had some pretty good teams, have good tradition, and put players in the NFL. There academic program is pretty good as well,” said Richardson.

The Tiger’s would love to bring in some top offensive line talent Coach Brooks and Scott have been working hard to get Antonio in orange and purple.

Antonio plans to announce his decision on national signing day. How will that school separate itself?

“Almost every school has really good academic support and good facilities. It comes down to the people. It’s the people, the coaches, the environment, and the community that are the most important things,” said Richardson.

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