Florida OL visits Clemson, wants to return with mom

Florida OL visits Clemson, wants to return with mom


Florida OL visits Clemson, wants to return with mom


On Saturday, March 3, Clemson welcomed dozens of 2019 recruits to campus for the program’s junior day event. But the day before, the Tigers also played host to several players from Pensacola (Fla.) High School, including 2019 offensive tackle prospect Adrian Medley.

It marked Medley’s first visit to Clemson, and he left campus with a good impression.

“It was great,” Medley told The Clemson Insider. “I enjoyed my time there. Everything stood out, but mostly the coaches.”

“I want my mom to come and visit the campus,” he added.

Medley, who stands at 6-foot-4 and weighs 305 pounds, also left campus with a scholarship offer from Clemson.

He was informed of the offer by his area recruiter for the Tigers, co-offensive coordinator Jeff Scott.

“Coach Scott took me to his office and told me I have an offer,” Medley said. “I was happy because I already know my mom and dad are going to like it when they visit.”

Medley spent one-on-one time with offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell and head coach Dabo Swinney, as well.

What was the message from Swinney?

“He said that he likes my film and my grades,” Medley said, “and they have a great engineering program for me.”

Medley could return to Clemson with his mother and father in short order. Medley said he will “probably” make it back for the Tigers’ spring game on Saturday, April 14.

More than two dozen schools have offered Medley in total, including the likes of Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, LSU, Miami, Tennessee and Texas A&M.



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