Clemson verbal commitment Jordan Leggett made the long trip from Florida to Clemson for the Orange White game Saturday.
“I liked it a whole lot. I was there for the spring game not the Junior Day so I got to do my own thing and hang out in the player s lounge. We got to hang with the players,” said Leggett.
The Florida standout didn’t leave Clemson without some new orange and purple.
“We went to the Clemson store and got lots of Clemson gear. We got shorts, tee-shirts and hats,” said Leggett.
It was a men’s weekend for the Leggett family.
“My dad and my two little brothers came with me. They liked it a lot. My little brother is a Clemson fans. We brought the other one along so it could be a men’s weekend,” said Leggett.
Jordan was impressed with how the Tigers use the tight end in coach Morris’ offense.
“It was really cool actually. I got to see how fast the tempo is. I got to see how much they use the tight end. I got to see Brandon Ford do some work. He did well. He had a touchdown and a one handed catch,” said Leggett.
Coach Morris took time to introduce Jordan to 2014 Clemson verbal commitment DeShaun Watson.
“I talked with coach Swinney first. Then coach Morris introduced me to DeShaun Watson. He told me he would be the quarterback the year after I come to Clemson,” said Leggett.
The visit to Clemson made Jordan even more confident in his commitment to the Tigers.
“It sure did. It helped a lot,” said Leggett.
Jordan could be back this summer.
“I am going to try to get up this summer for camp. I will try to get to some games also,” said Leggett.