2014 tight end Jeb Blazevich was one of the top prospects at last week’s Dabo Swinney High School Camp. The future All-American left camp with an offer from the Tigers.
“I was planning on going to Clemson for a while. The coaches had told me since February that they would offer at camp,” said Blazevich.
The offer wasn’t a surprise, but it was well received.
“We were pretty confident they were going to offer. Coach Swinney said he wanted to do it face to face. I can appreciate that,” said Blazevich.
What did Jeb enjoy about camping at Clemson?
“It was good working with coach Pearman and going against some of the guys,” said Blazevich.
Coach Pearman is very familiar with Jeb as he has been a frequent visitor to the Dabo Swinney High School Camp.
“It was my third year working with coach Pearman at the camp. I had been the past two years as well,” said Blazevich.
Jeb is very familiar with Clemson as his older brother is a Tigers. Would his older brother still be in school if he signs with Clemson?
“My older brother Davis is a rising senior. He is majoring in Mechanical Engineering. He may be because he may take another semester to finish his classes,” said Blazevich.
The Charlotte Christian standout now has 14 offers. When asked about his current leaders, Blazevich responded, “I don’t have any yet. After the season I will narrow the list down to two or three schools”.
The summer visit tour will continue with trips around the country.
“I am going to visit Ohio State, Georgia, LSU and maybe Virginia and Tennessee,” said Blazevich.
When does the prize recruit plan to make a decision?
“I want to do it as soon as I can. It will be before my senior year. Hopefully I will have a decision by February,” said Blazevich.