Two Clemson coaches see Maybank

It's been seven months since Jerome Maybank made the call to Clemson and pledged his commitment to the 2011 signing class.

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The Waccamaw High School (Pawley's Island) senior recently received a visit from offensive tackles/tight ends coach Danny Pearman.

"He was at the school and he came by the house, too," Maybank recently told CUTigers. "He was just checking up on me to make sure my grades are alright. He was talking to the coaches and what not."

He last saw Pearman while on an unofficial visit to Tigertown.

Maybank's visit to Clemson for the South Carolina game was the first since his stay at the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

His official visit to Clemson is set for the weekend of the football team banquet (Jan. 14-16).

"That's for my mom to get the questions out of the way that she has to ask," Maybank said. "It's more of a big day for here also."

The three-star offensive tackle also weighed in on the Clemson's 6-6 season that will end with an appearance in the Meineke Car Care Bowl.

"It could have gone better. They still did pretty alright. They never gave up and they kept fighting," Maybank said.

He's excited about joining his future teammates next summer.

"It's going to be like I'm starting over, starting a new chapter in my life," Maybank said.

Though he's ranked as the No. 73 offensive tackle in the class of 2011, Maybank is being recruited to Clemson as a defensive tackle.

Defensive tackles coach Dan Brooks was scheduled to visit Waccamaw on Friday. Top Stories