Four-star DB commits to Clemson

Clemson picked up its second football commitment in as many days. This time, it was four-star safety Ronald Geohaghan.

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"I kind of took a couple of other visits in the spring, to schools that had offered me. I just felt like Clemson was a great fit for me," Geohaghan told shortly after pulling the trigger. "I talked to both of my parents about it. They wanted me to go to where I feel like is the most comfortable place for me.

"I feel like I fit into the scheme. I feel like it's a place that I can be really focused at."

The No. 15 safety in the class of 2012 arrived to Clemson on Tuesday with an eye on joining the Tigers' upcoming signing class.

"A couple of weeks ago, my mom and I talked about it. I just prayed about it. A couple of weeks ago, I was kind of thinking about committing. Today, I just felt like it was time to do it," Geohaghan said.

He made the announcement while visiting with head coach Dabo Swinney.

"I was in coach Swinney's office. I told him I was going to commit. I felt like it was a great place for me," Geohaghan said.

Head basketball coach Brad Brownell and defensive ends coach Marion Hobby, Geohaghan's recruiter of note, were also in Swinney's office at the time of the commitment.

Geohaghan finished his junior season with 97 tackles (38 assisted), 14 tackles for loss, seven sacks and six forced fumbles.

As a sophomore, he was in on 103 solo tackles, 43 assists and six sacks.

He benches 265-pounds, squats 375 and has a 33-inch vertical jump. Geohaghan may also run track in college. He participates in the long jump (23-2) and triple jump (45-11).

Geohaghan is the fourth four-star commitment to Clemson in the 2012 recruiting class and the second four-star safety to commit in as many days.

Cordrea Tankersley, a four-star safety from Silver Bluff High School, committed to Clemson Wednesday night.

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