Tigers, Heels Battle for Geohaghan

Tigers, Heels Battle for Geohaghan

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Tigers, Heels Battle for Geohaghan

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Allendale-Fairfax standout Ronald Geohaghan is almost finished with school and ready to hit the road for some visits.

“Next week is my last week of school.  I don’t think I am going to any camps, but I am going to try to visit as many schools as I can,” said Geohaghan.

Which schools does the 4-star defensive back hope to visit this summer?

“I would like to visit North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Maryland, Vanderbilt and Tennessee,” said Geohaghan.

When asked about his current favorites Geohaghan responed, “My top schools are NC State, North Carolina, Clemson, Pittsburgh and South Carolina.”

Is there one team out front?

“I think North Carolina is probably a little ahead, then Clemson,” replied Geohaghan.

North Carolina:  “I just like coach Davis.  He has a history of putting guys in the NFL.  They have a lot of first rounders and guys that change the game in the National Football League.  It means a lot for him to extend me an offer.”

Clemson:  “They have a great overall family feel.  I fit in well with their defensive scheme.  It feels like a good fit at Clemson.”

A decision could come in the next few weeks from the prize recruit.

“I will probably make my decision in the middle of June or in July,” said Geohaghan.

How will the top defensive back work towards a decision?

“Academics will play a big role.  Also I am going to see where I feel comfortable and create chemistry with some of the current players and incoming recruits.  I also want to have a great relationship with the coaches,” replied Geohaghan.

Several current Clemson commits are in touch.

“I have been talking with Hopper, Lawson and Guillermo,” said Geohaghan.

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