After visiting for Clemson’s junior day on March 4, junior offensive guard Jovaughn Gwyn got another look at Clemson on Wednesday.
Gwyn returned with a group of teammates from Charlotte (N.C.) Harding. They toured the campus and took in the Tigers’ second scrimmage of the spring in Death Valley.
“I had a good time,” Gwyn told The Clemson Insider. “(The scrimmage) was good. They got after it, hitting and being competitive out there. It was good to see.”
Gwyn (6-3, 290) carries offers from Duke, Georgia Tech, N.C. State, South Carolina and Wake Forest. He is firmly on Clemson’s radar as it continues to evaluate him for a potential offer, while Virginia Tech is also showing significant interest.
Clemson is taking a limited number of offensive linemen this cycle, but the Tigers have told Gwyn he is up there on their board.
Gwyn was able to speak more with offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell and area recruiter Danny Pearman.
“They were just telling me how much they liked me,” Gwyn said, “and to keep doing what I’m doing.”
Gwyn named Clemson and Stanford as offers he is hoping for.
“It would mean a lot,” Gwyn said of a Clemson offer.
“They believe in being a family,” he added when asked what stands out to him about Clemson.
Among the other Harding players who visited was athlete Quavaris Crouch, who attended the junior day earlier this month as well and received an offer from the Tigers.
“He enjoyed his self as well,” Gwyn said.
Gwyn is going to Georgia Tech tomorrow, then Duke and Wake Forest next week. He could make a decision by the beginning of his senior season.
Gwyn also visited Clemson for the Louisville game in October and competed in the Dabo Swinney Camp last summer.