Ronald Geohaghan is enjoying his final few days at home as he prepares to move in at Clemson for the second summer session.
“I am leaving on Sunday. My mom, dad and sister will be coming with me,” said Geohaghan.
The prize recruit isn’t worried about leaving home.
“I am pretty excited to leave. I am just ready to start my college football career,” said Geohaghan.
Ronald already knows who he will be rooming with this summer at Clemson.
“I am rooming with Marin Aiken, D.J. Reader and Shaq Lawson,” said Geohaghan.
What is the future Clemson defensive back hearing from the Clemson staff?
“They are just telling me they are excited for me to come in next week. They told me I just need to be ready to work hard and work my way up the depth chart,” replied Geohaghan.
The Shrine Bowl standout has been preparing to compete when he steps foot on campus later this week.
“I have been working hard. I have been doing the workout plan the coaches gave me. I have also been doing a little track to keep that flexibility and speed,” said Geohaghan.
What are the All-American’s goals for his first year at Clemson?
“My goals for my freshman year are to get as much playing time as I can. I want to make All-Conference as a freshman and also academic All-American,” replied Geohaghan.