Recruits react to visit to Death Valley

Recruits react to visit to Death Valley


Recruits react to visit to Death Valley

Clemson’s home game against Wake Forest on Saturday gave the Tigers another opportunity to host recruits. A number of notable prospects made their way to Death Valley and saw the Tigers defeat the Demon Deacons 28-14.

What did the recruits in attendance think of their time in Death Valley? Here’s a quick rundown:

Clemson commit Justin Mascoll, 2018 DE, Snellville (Ga.) South Gwinnett:

Hamp Greene (pictured), 2019 WR, Mountain Brook (Ala.): “I really enjoyed it! Great atmosphere. … It was also great being able to connect with Coach Dabo.”

Adonis Otey, 2019 CB, Murfreesboro (Tenn.) Blackman: “It was great, and this was my first time (at Clemson). The atmosphere and the intensity of the coaches (stood out).”

Allen Walker, 2019 LB, Alpharetta (Ga.) Milton: “I really enjoyed it. It’s so nice there and the environment is just flawless and the way the players interact with each other.”

A.J. Gates, 2019 RB, Mountain Brook (Ala.): “I loved it. I loved the fans and the coaches. It feels like home already honestly.”

Michael Wyman, 2020 WR, Greensboro (N.C.) Dudley: “The visit was great. Speechless. Impressed with receivers, tight ends and team as a whole.”

Mason Lunsford, 2019 OL, Olney (Md.) Good Counsel:

Tre Brown, 2019 LB, Loganville (Ga.) Grayson:

Devin Johnson, 2020 LB, Paintsville (Ky.) Johnson Central:

Davis Beville, 2019 QB, Greenville (S.C.):

Luke Freudenthal, 2019 OL, Richmond (Va.) Trinity Episcopal:

Jonathan Weitz, 2019 K, Charleston (S.C.) Porter-Gaud:



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