By Hale McGranahan.
On Monday, Clemson defensive tackles coach Dan Brooks offered former Louisville cornerback commitment Kareem Orr.
The Chattanooga-Notre Dame three-star spoke with Brooks on Monday afternoon.
“They really want to get me in their program. There are some good things, that’s what he was telling me, that’s what he was telling my coach on the phone not too long ago,” Orr said, during an interview with TheClemsonInsider on Monday night.
Before the offer, Orr had been in contact with Brooks, defensive coordinator Brent Venables and defensive backs coach Mike Reed for about a week.
“I know it’s a great institution. They’ve got a very good, high business school. That’s what I want to major in, in business — that’s a plus,” Orr said. “It’s a great place to be on a Saturday.”
Though he hasn’t been on the Clemson campus yet, Orr is looking to schedule an official visit. He took an official to Oklahoma last weekend. He’s scheduled to visit Arizona State this weekend. A trip to Washington State is set for January.
“I think I’m going to start changing my schedule around here,” Orr said. “With my new, recent offers: Mississippi State, Clemson and then Arizona State.”
He hopes to reach a decision by the end of January.
As a senior, Orr had over 1,000 all-purpose yards, 20 touchdowns, 45 tackles, five tackles for loss, 12 pass breakups and an interception.