Bama Commit Wants Clemson Visit

Bama Commit Wants Clemson Visit


Bama Commit Wants Clemson Visit


Reggie Ragland, one of the top linebackers in the nation, is currently committed to Alabama but would like to make a visit to Tigertown.  His uncle Rayfield Ragland played for the Tigers.

“I want to take a visit to Clemson.  My uncle always tells me how nice it is up there and how they have a great environment.  I want to take a visit to see what it is like,” said Ragland.

What has the top linebacker heard from the Clemson staff?

“I haven’t had time to talk with the coaches because I have been so busy.  I hope to get something setup after the season,” replied Ragland.

The prize recruit has asked good friend Spencer Region to talk to the Clemson staff about his interest for a visit.

“I told Spencer to talk to the coaches for me,” said Ragland.

Spencer and Reggie got to know each other well competing in track last year.

“We use to throw the shot put together last year.  Every time I went to track meets we would talk,” said Ragland.

Where would Reggie like to take official visits?

“I am thinking about taking visits to Alabama, Clemson, Miami and Florida,” said Ragland.

While Reggie would like to take other official visits he remains firm with his commitment to the Tide.

“I am still firm.  I just want to take a few visits,” said Ragland.

Next week Reggie will be back at Alabama to watch the nation’s top two teams battle.

“It is a huge game.  I think it is really the national championship,” said Ragland.

The Under Armour All-American likes to bring the pain at linebacker.

“I bring a lot of intensity.  I love to come down hill and blowup holes.  I love to be physical,” said Ragland.




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