Clowney's Father Proud of His Son

Clowney's Father Proud of His Son


Clowney's Father Proud of His Son

By caught up with David Morgan, Jadeveon Clowney’s father, Friday night at South Pointe high school.  The father of the nation’s top recruit couldn’t be prouder of his son.

“I am very proud of him.  There isn’t a person in the world that is more prouder of him than me right now,” said Morgan.

His son enjoys rock star status. 

“I like it to.  I like the attention to that comes along with it.  There aint no problem with it,” said Morgan.

Where does he think his son should go?

“Whereever he wants to go.  That is on him.  The only thing we can do is support him, me and his momma and his granddad,” said Morgan.

What does he like about his son’s final contenders?

“All of them will give him what he needs, an education.  That is the No. 1 priority down there.  I have talked with all three of the head coaches.  I don’t have anything but love for them as long as he gets a degree,” said Morgan.

What does Davis think of Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney?

“I met Dabo down there in Florida when we were down there for the Under Armour game.  They were talking good.  He is a good coach, a good man, a good person,” said Morgan.

Does his son plan to make any more unofficial visits before announcing his decision?

“I believe he is going to make a couple more before the 14th,” said Morgan.

Clowney’s father said he believed his son would go down to see the Tigers play the Heels?

“Yeah, I think he is going to do that,” said Morgan.



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