Tigers or Cowboys for Jenkins

Tigers or Cowboys for Jenkins


Tigers or Cowboys for Jenkins


Friday Ryan Jenkins made the trip to Clemson to participate in the Dabo Swinney High School Football camp.

“I enjoyed it a lot.  When I first got there before the camp I talked with Dabo.  He told me how they would use me at Clemson,” said Jenkins.

Ryan enjoyed working out with coach Scott.

“In camp it was great working with coach Scott.  He is a great receivers coach,” said Jenkins.

A week ago Ryan had not planned to make it to the camp, but was able to make it on Friday.

“I thought I would be in summer school Monday to Friday, but I found out we didn’t have school on Friday so I decided I might as well go compete,” said Jenkins.

In just a few weeks the prize recruit will announce his college destination while at The Opening in Oregon.

“I think it will be July 6 or July 7.  It will be broadcast on ESPNU,” said Jenkins.

The Georgia standout is down to two schools with high powered offenses.

“It will be either Clemson or Oklahoma State,” said Jenkins.

Clemson:  “They have a family atmosphere.  I have been going there for three years and everyone treats me like family.  I also love the offense Chad Morris brought to Clemson.  I am very comfortable with the coaches.”

Oklahoma State:  “I love coach Gundy and how he coaches his players.  I love their offense as well.  Both teams have great offenses.”

Does the top receiver have a decision?

“I am still working on it,” replied Jenkins.

Brother Martin is doing his best to get his brother to join him running down the hill.

“He is pushing me towards Clemson, but either way he will support me,” said Jenkins.



Clemson wide receiver Ajou Ajou showed off his talents this spring as Clemson gets set for another run to the College Football Playoff. The redshirt sophomore tallied six catches for 102 yards and scored a (…)

More The Clemson Insider