The Guillermo Diaries

The Guillermo Diaries


The Guillermo Diaries


By Jay Guillermo.

Clemson verbal commitent Jay Guillermo, the leader of the 2012 class, is doing a diary with  In this edition Jay talks about his relationship with coach Caldwell, his summer camp plans and much more!

We have been having spring practice.  We had our ten days.  We had a great spring and worked hard.  Some college coaches came by to see our quarterback and also some came to see me.

Coach Caldwell came by on Tuesday to see how I was doing.  I called him after he got home.  He said he was real proud to have me as a Tiger.  He said it was good to see me so intense in practice just like he had seen on my game film.

I love coach Caldwell.  I can tell we are going to be close.  He will holler at you when he needs to and hug you afterwards.  We have a real good relationship.

I have been talking to some of the guys on email and Facebook.  I talk a good bit with the offensive line guys.   I can relate better with them.  Patrick Destefano and Oliver Jones are two of the guys I talk with a lot.

We have 13 days until school is done.  We go back on August 2.

I am going to camp at Clemson this summer for all three day.  I talked with Patrick about us rooming together.  I am going to call him tomorrow.

I am working out in the mornings with our team.  We get up and get after it around 6:30.  I do that three or four times a week.  I also do some workouts after school.  I have been working with a trainer on speed and explosion work.  I am working to get where I can drive people and stay low.  My offensive line coach said that is one thing that has gotten better.



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