Geohaghan Checks out Future Teammates

Geohaghan Checks out Future Teammates


Geohaghan Checks out Future Teammates


Clemson verbal commitment Ronald Geohaghan spoke with Wednesday night just after returning from spending several days in Tigertown.

“It was a pretty good visit.  I really enjoyed myself.  I just pretty much hung out with the guys and watched them workout and do some 7-on-7 drills.  I got to see the incoming freshmen and their abilities.  I got to hand out with Tajh and Rashard (Hall),” said Geohaghan.

How did the freshmen look in the drills?

“Sammy looked real smooth out there.  With Charone and Martavis they looked strong.  Cortez did a good job of one on one, especially for a defensive back the size of 6-3.  Mike Bellamy showed a real good ability to adjust to the Clemson offense and the slot,” replied Geohaghan.

Coach Cheese spent time with his future defensive back during the visit.

“I talked to coach Hobby before I came down for the visit.  I talked some with coach Cheese while I was down there,” said Geohaghan.

Allendale-Fairfax starts practice later this week and look for a solid season in 2011.

“We start our first team practice on Friday.  Our team camp starts on Sunday.  We are going to be pretty strong coming back.  We were very young last year when we went 5-5.  We have 15 returning starters that are seniors.  We have a strong senior class,” said Geohaghan.

Expect to see the top athlete back in Clemson frequently this fall.

“I am looking to make it up for the Auburn, Florida State and North Carolina games,” said Geohaghan.



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