Rome Drops Clemson Visit

Rome Drops Clemson Visit


Rome Drops Clemson Visit


Jay Rome, one of the top tight ends in the nation, and a legacy recruit for the Tigers is playing in this week’s Under-Armour All-American game.

The legacy recruit was high on the Tigers early, but for months Clemson has been sitting third or fourth on his list.

Jay had planned an official visit to Clemson, but those plans have changes.

Monday Jay told Derek Tyson of Infusion Sports that he no longer plans to visit the Tigers.

“I had one scheduled for the 15th.  I don’t want to back out on a visit but as time gets closer I just don’t see myself going to Clemson,” said Rome.

Who are you favorite schools right now?

“Georgia, Tennessee and Alabama,” replied Rome.

Listen to the audio of the full interview below:




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