S Ronald Geohaghan Profile
Ronald Geohaghan picked up his first offer last Thursday. Clemson defensive ends coach Marion Hobby informed one of the coaches at Allendale-Fairfax coaches that the Tigers from Clemson were interested in adding Geohaghan (pronounced go-hagan).
"It was real exciting. I've just been working hard for years. I've had an opportunity to see a lot of guys play at Clemson," he told CUTigers. "My dad coached Woody Dantzler and Jackie Robinson. I've been going to the games since—gee whiz—1996, 97-98, around that time.
"It's just exciting that they would be the first to offer, and really think I could benefit their program, if I went to school there."
Illinois offered a day later.
Geohaghan has a plenty of interest in Clemson. His skill in the triple-jump and long-jump also have interested in the Tigers' track program.
Later this summer, he'll be competing for a spot on the IAAF World Youth Championships in France.
As a junior, he had 97 tackles, 38 assisted tackles, 7 sacks, 6 forced fumbles and 10 tackles for loss.
He didn't name a list or order of favorites when asked.
In-state DB talks Clemson offer
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