OT Brock Stadnik Profile
CUTigers recently spoke with Western Guilford High School (Greensboro) junior Brock Stadnik, following his first game day experience in Tigertown.
"I enjoyed it. I had a great time in Clemson," he said. "I came down with my family, just really had a great experience."
Head coach Dabo Swinney spoke one-on-one with Stadnik before prospects were invited to stand on the sidelines for warm-ups.
"I talked with him for about 15 or 20 minutes," Stadnik said. "He's really an awesome guy. He told us about the program and how there's a need for offensive lineman in my class, how they have great academics and all of the above."
He also spoke to Jeff Scott, who extended Clemson's offer to Stadnik just a few weeks ago.
"He recruits our area. I went on an visit earlier this summer, unofficially…I was re-united with him and I talked to his dad, Brad Scott [on Saturday]," Stadnik said. "It was a pretty busy day for me."
His first-time game day visit to Clemson was a good one.
"For my first-time, it was a good game. Hopefully, I can make a visit next year, too," Stadnik said.
So far this fall, he's visited Wake Forest, N.C. State, South Carolina, East Carolina, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
"Clemson was, I believe, my sixth offer. Clemson is definitely up there on my list," Stadnik said. "It's a good family atmosphere. It's a great stadium."
He has 10 offers, so far. Along with Clemson, those include: South Carolina, Maryland, Wake Forest, Duke, Florida, North Carolina, N.C. State, East Carolina and Virginia Tech.
"I'm still pretty wide-open right now. I'm still trying to take everything in. I'm trying to make the best decision and going to as many schools as I can," Stadnik said.
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