Geohaghan Heads To Texas

Geohaghan Heads To Texas


Geohaghan Heads To Texas


Just over a week after playing in the Shrine Bowl Ronald Geohaghan caught a flight to Texas where he will play in the Offense Defense All-American game.

“It was a pretty good flight.  The weather is nice out here.  It is in the 70’s,” said Geohaghan.

Several Offense Defense All-Americans shared the same flight out to Texas.

“T.J. Burrell, Martin Aiken, Shaw Lawson and Cordrea Tankersley flew out here with me.  We were all on the same flight.  We had a good time together,” said Geohaghan.

After arriving in Texas Monday what was on tap for the All-American?

“We got our helmets and our practice gear when we got out here,” said Geohaghan.

Ronald looks forward to getting to spend time with more of his future Clemson teammates this week.

“It will be a good experience.  It will give us a chance to bond and let us get to know each other better,” said Geohaghan.

What are the prize recruit’s goals for the week?

“I want to get a couple of picks.  I want to do well in the one-on-one drills, work on my technique in practice and have a good week overall,” said Geohaghan.

Another goal will be working Mike Davis to convince him to join the Tiger’s 2012 recruiting class.

“We will be talking with Mike and everyone else we can get on board by signing day,” said Geohaghan.



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