S Ronald Geohaghan Profile
The No. 23 safety in the class of 2012 was one of several Clemson
commitments in Spartanburg for the 75th annual Shrine Bowl of the
"We're getting closer," Geohaghan told CUTigers.com last week.
"It's a chance to get to know each other."
The 6-foot-1, 190-pound senior from Allendale-Fairfax roomed with fellow
Clemson defensive back commitment Cordrea Tankersley.
Geohaghan, Tankersley and the rest of the Clemson guys spent plenty of
time on the non-committed prospects who could join their class.
"We talked to Jonathan Bullard throughout the week, also talked to Todd Gurley… I feel like we've got a good chance with them," Geohaghan said.
"They enjoyed their visits. We're in the hunt for them right now. I feel
like we might win it. But who knows?"
Though he'll play safety at Clemson, Geohaghan played outside linebacker
for the South Carolina time during the Shrine Bowl. It took some time
adjusting to the new position.
"In high school, it was kind of like a walk-down safety in our defense,"
Geohaghan said. "They brought me in as a strong safety. I was a corner and
safety at these combines, but they decided to throw me in [linebacker] at
the beginning of the week. I was with the safeties and corners during the
He added, "Monday, I was kind of rusty. It had me a little bit stressed. I
just had to step up my play against a lot of good linemen. I got the hang
of it. I just had to pick up the tempo a little bit."
The Sunday visit to the Shriners Hospital was a very positive experience.
"It was one of the greatest experiences I've had in my life," Geohaghan
said. "I didn't know what to expect. I thought it was going to be a sad
feeling, but the kids were happy to see us. We were just happy to see
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