Morris offers QB on JR Day

Clemson offensive coordinator offered another 2012 quarterback before the Orange and White game on Saturday.

QB Chad Voytik Profile

Cleveland High School (Cleveland, Tenn.) junior quarterback Chad Voytik received the offer within the first hour of his first visit to Clemson.

His recruiter of note, defensive tackles coach Dan Brooks, told him to head up to Morris' office just after 10 a.m.

"I sat down in his room with my dad and high school coach. [Morris] told me that he really liked what he saw," Voytik told "All he needed was to verify that my height, just make sure everything was everything that it was said to be."

The offer joins Mississippi State, Vanderbilt and Pittsburgh. And he was happy to pick up the Tigers' offer.

"It's a great school," Voytik said. "I know Terrence Oglesby. I knew him growing up. He went to Clemson. I knew about the school. I wouldn't have gone to visit it if I wasn't interested. I was excited to get that offer.

"Coach Morris told me on the phone that he really liked me and that he would probably offer me after he saw me in person."

What stood out most about the trip?

"My dad and I sat in coach [Dabo] Swinney's office and just talked to him. It was cool to talk to him," Voytik said. "He explained the new office, things like that. That stood out to me. It's cool—the tradition, the rock, running down the hill. I liked it. It's a great stadium."

He also spent time with the Tigers' current starting quarterback, Tajh Boyd.

"I enjoyed that time," Voytik said. "He definitely seemed like a class act."

Already this spring, Voytik's visited Vanderbilt for junior day and Pittsburgh. He'll be in Athens, Ga. for the Elite 11 next weekend, but no other college visits have scheduled.

Three schools are currently sticking out.

"I would probably go, not in any particular order, right now, the top three would be Vandy, Mississippi State and Pittsburgh," Voytik said.

As a junior, he completed 121 of 221 passes for 1,850 yards and 17 touchdowns and rushed for 439 yards and seven touchdowns. Top Stories