Geohaghan - National Championship Coming

Geohaghan - National Championship Coming


Geohaghan - National Championship Coming


Future Clemson defensive back Ronald Geohaghan has finished his senior year.  Although it didn’t finish with a playoff run the year was one to remember.

“We didn’t get in playoffs. We shed a lot of blood and tears together as a senior class. It was hard to end it all,” said Geohaghan.

In December the prize recruit will play in the Shrine Bowl.

“I am looking forward to it.  I will get to go against Shaq Roland and some other receivers in practice and I will get to go against Germone Hopper in the game,” said Geohaghan.

The future Tigers will have a chance to build even stronger relationships during the week.

“It will be give us a great time to get to know each other better.  I have already talked to all of them several times.  It will be great to get to spend some time together all week,” said Geohaghan.

The Tigers are on their way to another top ten recruiting class.  How does Ronald believe the 2012 class can help the Clemson program?

“From my view point our class has a chance to come in and make an impact on the young team.  We will have the potential to compete for a national championship one day,” said Geohaghan.

Where does Ronald believe he will play at Clemson?

“I am not sure yet.  From what I am hearing it will either be strong safety or free safety.  I just weighed in last week and I am up to 6-1, 190,” replied Geohaghan.

Saturday night the top defensive back will be rooting for his Tigers.

“I will right there in front of the TV.  I feel like they can take care of business,” said Geohaghan.

In just over a month Ronald will take his official visit to Clemson.

“I am coming for the official on January 13,” said Geohaghan.



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