OT Brock Stadnik Profile
Brock Stadnik, a junior from Western Guilford High School (Greensboro) is one of those three stars.
"I actually had coach Scott's card out earlier. I was thinking about calling him today or tomorrow," Stadnik told CUTigers on Friday afternoon.
Recruiting coordinator/wide receivers coach Jeff Scott is his main recruiter to Clemson.
The 6-foot-5, 280-pound junior claims no favorites.
"Lately, I haven't put together any top five. A lot more schools have come into my picture. I'm still very open," he said.
Stadnik is taking things slow. He's not ready to claim a specific number of favorites.
"I haven't really thought about a timetable, maybe closer to the summer time, I might make a top five, possibly," he said.
His twin brother, Clayton Stadnik, was recently offered by East Carolina. There's a chance that Brock's future could depend on who else becomes interested in his brother. But it's no guarantee.
"Originally [playing together] was the hope," he said. "Lately, I've been kind searching on my own to see what schools are of my best interest."
"I'm just really eager to see what he gets. I truly believe he has some offers coming. We'll just play it by ear."
Recently, Stanford, Notre Dame, Arkansas and North Carolina have been in the most touch.
Stadnik was scheduled to attend a recruiting service photo shoot on campus at N.C. State. Afterwards, was to visit the campus.
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