Clemson will welcome a big-time offensive line prospect from Alabama back to campus next month.
Four-star interior lineman Bradyn Joiner, a class of 2023 recruit, told The Clemson Insider he plans to visit Clemson on June 11.
“I’m very excited,” he said. “I think I will have a great time.”
It will mark the third trip to Clemson for Joiner, who previously traveled to campus twice his ninth-grade year.
“I’ve been around the program a lot these past two years,” he said. “They are definitely one of my favorites. It’s just their style of play and work ethic that makes them stand out.”
A 6-foot-4, 310-pound rising junior, Joiner has collected around two dozen offers from major programs around the country, including schools such as Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Kentucky, Arkansas, Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, Pittsburgh, Michigan State, West Virginia and Arizona State.
Although Clemson has yet to offer Joiner – as the Tigers typically don’t begin extending offers to prospects until the summer before their junior year – he feels they are one of the teams coming after him the hardest at this stage of his recruiting process.
“I would say people that are recruiting me heavy are UGA, Clemson, Mississippi State and Arizona State,” he said.
Joiner has also set up visits to Georgia and Mississippi State for after the NCAA dead period, which will end May 31.
Joiner is set to transfer from Oxford High School to Auburn High ahead of his upcoming junior year. As a sophomore at Oxford, he was a first-team All-County, All-Region and All-State 6A performer as well as a MaxPreps Sophomore All-American.
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