4-star Texas WR 'even hungrier' for Clemson offer after visit

4-star Texas WR 'even hungrier' for Clemson offer after visit

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4-star Texas WR 'even hungrier' for Clemson offer after visit

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This Texas four-star wide receiver has been waiting to make his way up to Clemson for quite some time now.

Del Valle (TX.) 2023 WR Braylon James got that opportunity on Friday.

James has formed a close, personal connection with Clemson wide receivers coach Tyler Grisham and finally got the chance to meet him in person.

He surely enjoyed his time at Clemson and caught up with The Clemson Insider regarding his first time in Tiger Town.

“No offer yet, but it makes me even more hungry,” James said. “I got a chance to meet Coach Swinney and the rest of the coaching staff. It was super intimate and me and my family really enjoyed our time.”

James will be back. He’s definitely coming out for a game this season, he said.

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