By Hale McGranahan.
During their first conversation, Clemson defensive backs coach Mike Reed offered cornerback commitment Mook Reynolds.
On Thanksgiving, Reynolds went public with the news on Twitter: “Just got offered by Clemson…”
He spoke with TheClemsonInsider earlier this week.
“Just the depth chart, the role I would play, to come in, and just Clemson football, in general,” Reynolds said of his first conversation with Reed.
Exactly where things go from there remains to be seen.
“I’m going to try to get down and take a visit,” Reynolds said. “Coach Reed is supposed to be scheduling that. When I take my visit, I’ll go from there.”
A four-star prospect, according to Rivals, 247 and ESPN, Reynolds will graduate from Northern Guilford High School (Greensboro, N.C.) later this month.
Tennessee hosted Reynolds for an official visit earlier this fall, but Clemson is the only other school he’s considering with Virginia Tech.
“I don’t know much about (Clemson),” he said. “When I get down on that visit, that’s when I’ll really learn a lot about them.”
So far this season, Reynolds has 70 tackles, one interception and 10 pass breakups. On the offensive side of the ball he has 1,100 receiving yards with 18 touchdowns.
Northern Guilford plays Chapel Hill on Friday in the North Carolina 3AA semifinals.