TE Reshawn Riley Profile
Allendale-Fairfax High School junior Reshawn Riley had never visited Clemson until that camp stop.
"It was good. I made plays that I normally make," he told CUTigers.com last week. "I think it was pretty good for my first time being up there."
The week of Riley's visit, Clemson locked down another Allendale-Fairfax prospect when Ronald Geohaghan made his commitment. The Tigers put Riley on their radar earlier in the spring when defensive ends coach Marion Hobby stopped by the school.
Riley also spent one day at the South Carolina camp earlier this summer.
"It was good. I did my thing as usual," he said.
A trip to N.C. State is on the docket for later this summer but he's yet to finalize plans for the visit.
Riley is also receiving interest from Georgia Tech and local FCS schools.
The 6-foot-2, 205-pound tight end shared his thoughts on the two major in-state schools.
Clemson: I like the environment. That's the thing I really liked about it.
South Carolina: I love the environment, too. If I had to choose, I'd say Carolina. That was my dream, going there.
Riley believes the Tigers are closest to offering, because "they love Allendale."
As a sophomore, he had 23 catches for 375 yards and four touchdowns.
Clemson offer on the horizon?
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