Clemson coaches visit Choice

Clemson coaches visit Choice


Clemson coaches visit Choice


4-star running back Adam Choice is beginning his rehab on a recent shoulder injury.

“I just started today.  The therapy was good.  I just worked out a little bit and am working on my range of motion,” said Choice.

The future Clemson running back should be fine when he arrives on campus next summer.

“I will be back to 100 percent in three to six months,” said Choice.

Adam had to watch the final game of the season on the sidelines.

“It was hard to sit and watch the last five quarters.  I was proud of how my teammates fought.  I wish I could have helped,” said Choice.

The Georgia standout can’t wait to watch Clemson play in the Orange Bowl.

“It should be exciting.  It is a good matchup with two good teams from two good programs,” said  Choice.

The Clemson coaches have been by to visit the past two weeks.

“Dabo came by last week with coach Pearman.  It was a great visit.  He had a good conversation with my parents.  We had a great time talking and some laughs.  My parents are very impressed with Dabo.  Coach Pearman came by again this week,” said Choice.

What are Adam’s goals for his freshman year?

“I just want to go out and compete.  I want to try to earn a spot.  It won’t be easy but I am not going to use any excuses,” said Choice.



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