Minute with Marlin - Waiting Game

Minute with Marlin - Waiting Game


Minute with Marlin - Waiting Game


By Marlin Lane.

Clemson verbal commitment Marlin Lane, one of the top running backs in the nation, is doing a diary with TheClemsonInsider.com.  In this edition Marlin discusses the coaching changes at Clemson and their impact on his commitment to the Tigers.

The holidays were good.  I didn’t really do a lot.  I have been relaxing and working out.

I watched the game.  It was a pretty good game.  I wish Clemson had won.  Tajh looked good.  He is going to be good.

I am still hearing from Auburn.  I am also hearing from Tennessee, Southern Cal and Miami called me yesterday.

I don’t tell them much.  I am just letting them do their recruiting.

I heard about the coaching changes.  I am still firm with Clemson, but I am just want to wait and see who Clemson will hire as the offensive coordinator.  I want to see what kind of offense they will run and how they will use me.  I want to make they keep a pro style offense and don’t change to a passing offense. 

I talked to coach Rumph before the bowl.  He was just joking around with me. 

I am going up on the 14th for my official visit.  My dad is coming with me.  Cortez is coming up that same weekend.



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