Jenkins Thinks Fuller Will Join Tigers

Jenkins Thinks Fuller Will Join Tigers


Jenkins Thinks Fuller Will Join Tigers


Clemson verbal commitment Ryan Jenkins attended the first annual All In BBQ on Friday along with good friend Alvin Kamara.

“It was great.  It was good to see a lot of the top prospects.  I came with Alvin (Kamara) and I know he liked it a lot,” said Jenkins.

Ryan got to know a lot of the current and future players better during the BBQ.

“It was a good time for the recruits to talk to the players and get a player’s perspective on Clemson.  We ate dinner then they had NCAA for the Xbox and PS3 so we played that,” said Jenkins.

Last night Clemson received a commitment from another Georgia standout Tyshon Dye.  How did Alvin feel about that commitment?

“It is what it is.  That is stuff you can’t control.  He just said it is what it is,” Jenkins told

Ryan got to spend time with Georgia 4-star receiver Demarcus Robinson who committed to the Tigers on Saturday.

“I got to talk a lot with Demarcus.  He is a cool dude.  We can’t wait to get to Clemson together.  I didn’t know him too well before but I knew him a little,” said Jenkins.

Did the Clemson verbal commitments make any progress recruiting any other prospects to the Tigers?

“I would say we definitely did with Kendall Fuller.  He liked it a whole lot.  I would definitely say we made progress with Fuller,” replied Jenkins.

Does Ryan believe Fuller will commit before leaving on Sunday?

“I think he will,” replied Jenkins.

The visits are over for the 4-star receiver and now it is time to focus on his senior year.

“I think I am done with the visits.  I am going to concentrate on getting ready for my season now,” said Jenkins.



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