By Jay Guillermo.
Clemson verbal commitment Jay Guillermo, one of the leaders of the 2012 class, is doing a diary with TheClemsonInsider.com. In this edition the All-American discusses his official visit last weekend to Clemson.
The official visit was a lot of fun. I really got to talk with Chad Kelly a lot more. I hadn’t seen him much one on one. It was good to be able to bond with the quarterback. It was also good getting to see all my boys like Patrick, Oliver and Bradley. I also got to talk a lot with Keith Marshall, Todd Gurley and Jonathan Bullard.
The highlight of the visit was going to Calhoun corners for dinner. We all had dinner there as a family and as a Clemson family. That was awesome. I got to eat with coach Caldwell and coach Brooks. We talked about everything. It was great.
I tell you what, that game was unreal. My assistant offensive line coach played at Clemson. We were talking today. I was so scared during the game because there was so much on the line for that game. It feels nice to be in the top ten in the BCS.
The coaches just told me to keep working hard, to win the state and to keep recruiting. They told me to stay healthy and they couldn’t wait to see me in January.
I got to spend a lot of time with Jonathan Bullard and Carlos Watkins. We met up with them. It was me, Carlos, Jonathan, Bradley and Oliver. We went to cookout for a little bit late Saturday night. We had a real good time. Jonathan really seemed to have a good time during the visit.
Todd Gurley was talking to coach Swinney before I got to go in on Sunday. When his dad came out he had a big smile on his face. I know he really, really liked it. It would be nice to get him to Clemson.
Keith Marshall seemed to have a really good time as well. I didn’t get to spend as much time with him but when I did he seemed to be enjoying the visit.